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PIONEER POWER LINES IN NORTHERN ONTARIO 

Typical wishbone pole on 66,000-volt transmission line, 

Uchi junction to Crow River transformer station, 

Northern Ontario Properties 



js / THIRTY-SECOND^ ANNUAL REPORT 



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OF 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC 
POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 



1939 




ONTARIO 

PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



T. H. Hogg, B.A.Sc, C.E. D.Eng Chairman and Chief Engineer 

Hon. Wm. L. Houck, B.Sc, M.L.A Vice-Chairman 

J. Albert Smith, M.L.A Commissioner 

Osborne Mitchell Secretary 



LIBRARY 

727502 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



CHAIRMAN'S LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



To His Honour 

The Honourable Albert Matthews, LL.D., 

Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned respectfully presents the Thirty-Second Annual Report 
of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year which 
ended^October 31, 1939. 

The record of the Commission's work presented in this Annual Report 
relates to three principal fields — the co-operative municipal field, the field of 
rural supply, and the northern Ontario field. The first two cover the Com- 
mission's activities on behalf of the co-operative systems, and the last relates 
to its trusteeship of the Northern Ontario Properties on behalf of the Province. 
Throughout the various sections of the Report dealing broadly with physical 
operation of the plants, constructional activities and financial statements, 
these fields of activity are clearly differentiated. 

The Report also presents for the calendar year 1939 financial statements 
and statistical data relating to the municipal electric utilities operating in 
conjunction with the several co-operative systems for the supply of electrical 
service throughout the Province. 

Notwithstanding the tense European situation, which over-shadowed 
activity everywhere, the fiscal year of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, which ended October 31, 1939, was a year of encouraging progress. 
Towards the latter part of the year, before war was declared, it became in- 
creasingly evident that the recession of 1938 had passed and peaceful industry 
was making progress towards better times. 

Operating Conditions 

Throughout the year, operating conditions were most favorable. No 
serious interruptions to service on any part of the Commission's undertaking 
occurred and all primary and secondary demands for power were satisfactorily 
met. The operation of all generating stations was especially free from ice 
trouble during the winter and spring break-up and practically no loss in 
generating capacity resulted from this cause. 

In the Georgian Bay system, river flow and water storage were generally 
above normal until September when low precipitation impaired storage. 



vi THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

During the greater portion of the year it was necessary to supplement the 
system's internal power resources by transfer from the Niagara system 
through the Hanover frequency-changer. 

The output available from the generating stations of the Eastern Ontario 
system enabled all primary demands to be met. In addition the system 
furnished certain quantities of secondary power. The demands for secondary 
power were filled in part by transfer from the Niagara system. 

In the Thunder Bay system and Northern Ontario Properties, water 
storage and stream flow conditions were in general satisfactory. Towards the 
end of the year it was considered advisable to limit the outflow from lake 
Nipigon to the generating stations of the Thunder Bay system in order to 
conserve water storage in this basin. 

The districts served by the Northern Ontario Properties are scattered 
over wide areas of northern Ontario and long transmission lines have been 
built to connect these districts with the various sources of hydro-electric 
power. Owing to the great distances involved, it is not economically prac- 
ticable at the present time to weld the whole of the transmission networks of 
the Northern Ontario Properties into one physical entity. As time goes on, 
however, and more mining areas are developed at intermediate points, it is 
certain that interconnection of the districts will be accomplished to a greater 
degree. During the past year, for example, the Patricia and St. Joseph 
districts, which obtain their power supplies from the Ear Falls and Rat 
Rapids developments, were combined and connected by a transmission line 
extending from Uchi to Crow river, a distance of 113 miles. This connecting 
link enables the two developments at Ear Falls and Rat Rapids to be oper- 
ated in parallel and thus to reinforce each other, providing a more reliable 
service. 

Similarly in the Nipissing and Sudbury districts, interconnection has 
been arranged between the power plants on the South river serving the 
Nipissing district and those on the Wanapitei river serving the Sudbury 
district with 60-cycle power. 

Load Conditions 

Evidence of the increasing industrial activity throughout the Province 
was reflected in increasing power loads. In fact, for some months prior to 
the declaration of war, Hydro experienced substantial increase in loads, and 
not Hydro alone, but other electric supply organizations across Canada. 
Since the War started these increases in load not only continued, but were 
augmented as plants manufacturing war materials gradually increased their 
production. 

It will be remembered that, due to the business recession of 1938, the 
primary power demand of the large Niagara system was virtually the same in 
October 1938 as in October 1937. But in October 1939, the corresponding 
power demand of the Niagara system reached 1,228,000 horsepower, an in- 
crease of 142,000 horsepower or 13 per cent, as compared with October 1938. 

The other co-operative systems of the Commission, as well as the 
Northern Ontario Properties, recorded substantial increases in load. 



1 940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION vii 

The aggregate primary loads of the co-operative systems and the North- 
ern Ontario Properties increased from 1,484,615 horsepower in October 1938 
to 1,669,337 horsepower in October of the current year, a gain of 12.4 per 
cent. The primary load trend, which had shown a negligible rise in the pre- 
vious year, started to point upwards at the close of 1938 and since has steadily 
gained ground. In the co-operative systems, commercial, domestic and rural 
demands have largely contributed to the upward trend, further aided in the 
last two months of the Commission's fiscal year by increases in industrial 
demands. 

The total load in October 1939 for all co-operative systems and the 
Northern Ontario Properties, including both primary and secondary loads, 
was 1,963,471 horsepower, the highest ever carried by the systems of the Com- 
mission and 7.2 per cent above the October peak of 1938. The total consump- 
tion of energy for all systems, including both primary and secondary power, 
amounted to 8,502,000,000 kilowatt-hours, being 12.1 per cent in excess of 
that consumed in the previous year. This means that the greater portion of 
the Commission's power reserves, especially in the large Niagara system, 
found a ready sale in the secondary power market during the year. 

Increased Mining Loads 

During the past year progress in the Northern Ontario mining fields has 
continued the phenomenal growth experienced for several years. This 
growth has resulted in a great increase in the demand for Hydro power. 
From October 1938 to October 1939, the total primary load in the districts 
served by the Northern Ontario Properties rose from 145,000 horsepower to 
168,000 horsepower, an increase of 16 per cent; this followed increases of 19.6 
per cent in 1938 and 19.7 per cent in 1937. The total increase in primary 
load of the Northern Ontario Properties during the past four years has ex- 
ceeded 100,000 horsepower or more than 150 per cent. These figures include 
municipal loads in northern Ontario but do not include the loads sold in the 
Beardmore and Longlac mining areas, which are supplied by the Thunder 
Bay system. The actual increase in the total load sold to mining companies 
during the fiscal year was 23,801 horsepower, from 127,986 horsepower to 
151,787 horsepower or 18.6 per cent. 

The increased load sold to mining properties in 1939 over 1938 for the 
Abitibi district, including the mining camps at Porcupine, Kirkland Lake, 
and Larder Lake, Matachewan, Ramora and Sudbury was 20,108 horsepower. 
The increased load sold in 1939 in the Patricia-St. Joseph district, which in- 
cludes the Red Lake, Woman Lake and Pickle Lake mining areas, was 3,612 
horsepower. The increase in the 60-cycle load sold to mining properties in 
the Sudbury district was 81 horsepower. 

Taking into consideration the mining properties which had been aban- 
doned or closed down, the total number of active contracts at October 31, 
1939 was 54, a net increase of six during the year. 

The accompanying tabulation gives, for the months of October and 
December, 1938 and 1939, the primary peak loads of the co-operative systems 
and of the several districts of the Northern Ontario Properties. It also gives 
similar data for the total primary and secondary loads. 



Vlll 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY POWER TO SYSTEMS 
20-Minute Peak Horsepower— System Coincident Primary Peaks 



System 



Niagara system — 25-cycle 

Dominion Power & Transmission division — 66%-cycle 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulin rural power district 

Northern Ontario Properties : 

Nipissing district 

Sudbury district 

Abitibi district 

Patricia-St. Joseph district 

Total 

Niagara system — 25-cycle 

Dominion Power & Transmission division — 66%-cycle 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulin rural power district 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

Nipissing district 

Sudbury district 

Abitibi district 

Patricia-St. Joseph district 

Total 



1938 


1939 


October 


1,040,214 

46,515 

30,891 

128,586 

93,606 

205 

4,857 

17,895 

113,160 

8,686 


1,171,582 

56,970 

34,756 

141,908 

96,160 

273 

5,188 

19,740 

130,968 

11,792 


1,484,615 


1,669,337 


December 


1,112,466 

48,123 

34,011 

132,001 

83,773 

257 

5,255 

17,954 

124,203 

9,196 


1,253,754 

59,249 

37,642 

145,542 

85,328 

306 

5,232 

20,275 

145,703 

12,440 



1,567,239 



1,765,471 



Additions to Generating, Transmission and Distribution Equipment 

No extensions to generating equipment were made in connection with 
the co-operative systems in 1939, but at DeCew Falls additional pondage was 
provided and elsewhere studies were made relating to possible future develop- 
ment. These studies dealt with power sites on the Musquash river in the 
Georgian Bay system, on the Madawaska river in the Eastern Ontario system, 
and on the Nipigon river in the Thunder Bay system. 

In the Toronto suburban area a new transformer station with an initial 
capacity of 50,000 kv-a in two units was authorized. It is known as the 
Toronto-Fairbank transformer station and will supply power to the northern 
suburban districts of Toronto and to various municipalities between Toronto 
and lake Simcoe. A transformer station is being constructed near Simcoe 
to improve the power supply to municipalities south of Brant transformer 
station, and another at the Ontario Paper Co. plant in Thorold. Addi- 
tional capacity was installed where required in other transformer stations. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



IX 



DISTRIBUTION OF POWER TO SYSTEMS— PRIMARY AND SECONDARY 
20-Minute Peak Horsepower— System Coincident Primary Peaks 



System 



Niagara system — 25-cycle 

Dominion Power & Transmission division 66%-cycle 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulin rural power district 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

Nipissing district 

Sudbury district 

Abitibi district 

Patricia-St. Joseph district 

Total. 



Niagara system — 25-cycle 

Dominion Power & Transmission division 66%-cycle 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulin rural power district 

Northern Ontario Properties : 

Nipissing district 

Sudbury district 

Abitibi district 

Patricia-St. Joseph district 

Total 



1938 



1939 



October 


1,259,115 

46,515 

30,891 

159,249 

131,394 

205 

4,857 

17,895 

172,409 

8,686 


1,358,177 

56,970 

34,756 

168,958 

118,740 

273 

5,188 

19,740 

188,877 

11,792 


1,831,216 


1,963,471 


December 


1,359,786 

48,123 

34,011 

161,103 

132,399 

257 

5,255 

17,954 

185,999 

9,196 


1,448,928 

59,249 

38,145 

155,214 

122,413 

306 

5,232 

20,275 

197,982 

12,440 



1,954,083 



2,060,184 



Twenty-three new distributing stations were installed or under construc- 
rion during the year, and the transformer capacity of twenty-five other dis- 
tributing stations was increased. About 31 miles of new transmission lines 
were placed in service and many revisions and improvements to existing 
lines were made. 

To provide for the growth in load in the mining areas served by the 
Northern Ontario Properties, it has been necessary for the Commission con- 
stantly to increase generating plant capacity, to construct additional trans- 
mission lines, to enlarge existing and construct new transformer stations and, 
in general, to rearrange in many instances the entire set-up under which power 
delivery has been made. In fact, the increase in the power demand from both 
existing and new mining properties has been so rapid that it has been difficult 
to provide plant and equipment fast enough to prevent embarrassment to 
mining operations, from the standpoint of power supply. 

New works constructed in 1939, or under construction at the end of the 
year to provide for increased loads included the following: 



x THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

In the Abitibi district, a new 15,000 kv-a transformer station at Timmins 
replacing a 9,000 kv-a station; a loop transmission line out of the Timmins 
transformer station; a new bank of three 9,000 kv-a transformers at Kirkland 
Lake, increasing its capacity to 57,000 kv-a, and a new 1,000 kv-a transformer 
station at Westree to supply power to the Tyranite and Ronda mines. 

In the Patricia-St. Joseph district, which serves the mining areas of Red 
Lake, Woman Lake and Pickle Lake, a third generating unit of 7,500 horse- 
power was installed at the Ear Falls development and will be placed in opera- 
tion early in 1940, bringing the total installed capacity at Ear Falls to 17,500 
horsepower. A new 44,000-volt transmission line 48 miles in length was 
placed in operation between Ear Falls and Uchi mine in the Woman Lake 
district. The new transmission line between the Uchi mine and Crow river, 
near the Central Patricia mine, which forms the connecting link between the 
Ear Falls and Rat Rapids developments, was completed, and a 3,750 kv-a 
transformer station at its terminus was placed in operation in September 1939. 
In addition the Commission purchased all the transmission lines belonging to 
individual mining companies in the Red Lake district and now controls and 
owns all of the transmission system originating out of the Ear Falls develop- 
ment. 



Extensions in Rural Power Districts 

Applications for rural electrical service throughout the Province during 
1939 equalled the annual records established the preceding two years. Ap- 
proval was given for the construction of 2,300 miles of rural primary line to 
serve more than 13,000 additional consumers. It is anticipated that this 
demand for service in established rural power districts will continue on a 
similar scale during the year 1940, and that much new rural territory in 
northern Ontario will be served during the coming year. 

The load required to serve these rural systems is increasing rapidly. 
The aggregate load supplied to all rural power districts during 1939 amounted 
to 61,634 horsepower, an increase of 15.5 per cent over the year 1938. 



Reduced Capital Expenditure 

Extensions to generating stations, transmission lines, rural distribution 
networks, storage works, etc., during the year necessitated a capital expendi- 
ture of $9,136,803.86 as compared with $10,876,458.83 in the previous year. 
Of this amount, more than half was incurred for the extension of service in 
rural power districts to which the Government contributed a grant-in-aid of 
$2,447,003.77. In the co-operative systems, apart from rural extensions, the 
chief capital expenditures were incurred for general extensions and additions 
to transmission lines and to transformer stations. In the Northern Ontario 
Properties, an extension to the Ear Falls development involved an expenditure 
of about $525,000. Other capital expenditures incurred in northern Ontario 
were chiefly for extensions to transmission lines and transformer stations 
feeding mining properties. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xi 

CAPITAL ADDITIONS YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1939 

Niagara system $ 2,253,388.55 

Georgian Bay system > 625,750.91 

Eastern Ontario system 611,073 . 56 

Thunder Bay system 195,938.73 

Manitoulin, Nipissing & Sudbury R.P.D.'s 65,836.33 

Northern Ontario Properties 2,878,565.21 

Service and administrative buildings and equipment 59,246 . 80 

$ 6,689,800.09 
Provincial rural grant (To October 31) 2,447,003 .77 

Total $ 9,136,8Q 3_.86 

Sales Promotion 

As forecast in the last Annual Report, the Commission during the year 
organized a Sales Promotion department, the chief function of which is to 
make known to all Ontario citizens the nature of the benefits which they can 
derive from making the fullest possible use in domestic and industrial fields, 
of the ample supplies of low-cost power now available. In this work a number 
of the municipal Hydro utilities have co-operated with successful results. 

The programme for the year combined advertising with direct field work 
promoting the further use of electric power in agriculture, industry, commerce 
and the home. Interesting and worthwhile features were the domestic ap- 
pliance campaign during the early summer months, the commercial lighting 
surveys, and the farm demonstrations in the rural areas. 

Capital Investment 

The total investment of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario in power undertakings and hydro-electric railways is $321,214,964.50 
exclusive of government grants in respect of construction of rural power 
districts' lines ($16,596,670.63) ; and the investment of the municipalities in 
distributing systems and other assets is $124,907,581.46, making in power and 
hydro-electric railway undertakings a total investment of $446,122,544.96. 

The following statement shows the capital invested in the respective 
systems, districts and municipal undertakings, etc. : 

Niagara system (.including Hamilton street railway) $217,771,971 .53 

Georgian Bay system 11,634,123 . 92 

Eastern Ontario system 22,754,585.58 

Thunder Bay system 19,935,847.95 

Manitoulin rural power district 92,793 .22 

Nipissing rural power districts 58,808 . 85 

Sudbury rural power district 33,544 . 74 

Bonnechere storage 51,741 .88 

Office and service buildings 3,267,086 .38 

Construction plant and inventories 3,379,951 .95 

$278,980,456.00 
Northern Ontario Properties — Operated by H.E.P.C. on behalf of the Province 

of Ontario 39,888,835 .09 

Northern Ontario Properties— Construction plant and inventories 143,897. 94 

Toronto-Port Credit-St. Catharines Radial Railways 2,201,775 .47 

$321,214,964.50 

Municipalities' distribution systems 99,489,754. 98 

Other assets of municipal Hydro utilities 25,417,826. 48 

$446,122,544.96 



xii THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 2 6 

Reserves of Commission and Municipal Electrical Utilities 

The total reserves of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities 
for depreciation, contingencies, stabilization of rates, sinking fund and in- 
surance purposes, amount to $216,405,116.02, made up as follows: 

Niagara system (including Hamilton street railway) $ 87,840,119.11 

Georgian Bay system 5,127,640.66 

Eastern Ontario system 10,104,705.88 

Thunder Bay system 6,873,698.30 

Manitoulin rural power district 14,073 .59 

Nipissing rural power districts 15,760 . 82 

Sudbury rural power district 2,166 .88 

Office and service buildings and equipment 1,065,452 . 15 

Bonnechere storage 16,004 .05 

Total reserves in respect of Commission's properties $111,059,621 .44 

Northern Ontario Properties 6,828,329.12 

Fire insurance reserve 80,640 . 74 

Miscellaneous reserves 635,079 . 83 

Employers' liability insurance, and staff pension reserves 7,135,353 .21 

Total reserves of the Commission $125,739,024 .34 

Total reserves and surplus of municipal electric utilities 90,666,091 . 68 

Total Commission and municipal reserves $216,405,116.02 

Financial Operating Results for 1939 

The financial results of the Commission's operations continued to be 
affected during the first half of the fiscal year ended October 31, 1939, by the 
industrial recession of 1938. In its effect on revenue, this recession was more 
severely felt during the early months of 1939 than during 1938. The revenue 
from sales of primary power to companies served by the Niagara system was 
about 10 per cent less during the first nine months of the 1938-1939 fiscal 
year as compared with the corresponding period 1937-1938. The recession 
also retarded materially the normal increase of power requirements by munici- 
pal utilities in these months. 

Loss of revenue from primary power sales during this period was, how- 
ever, largely offset by increased sales of secondary power and by moderate 
adjustments in interim rates to a few municipalities. In the closing months 
of the year a sharp upturn of demands also occurred. The net result of these 
factors was an increase of about $2,000,000 in revenue of the Niagara and other 
co-operative systems of the Commission, — an amount sufficient to meet the 
cost of scheduled increases in purchased power, the costs of general extensions 
of service throughout the systems, and also the special costs occasioned by the 
war-time civil security necessities. 

Despite the difficult circumstances encountered, the Commission was 
able to set aside for its various reserves an aggregate amount nearly equal in 
total to that made in respect of 1938. 

The revenues and expenditures of the Northern Ontario Properties in- 
creased considerably during the fiscal year. As compared with the previous 
year, revenues, at $4,181,200.93, are up 23 per cent, while expenditures, at 
$2,143,035.95, increased about 10 per cent. Reserves for renewals and sink- 
ing fund were $1,457,223.62, compared with $1,269,460.36, and the balance 
available for contingencies, etc., totals $580,941.36, as compared with 
$184,519.85 in 1938. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xiii 

Revenue of Commission 

The revenue of the Commission at interim rates from the municipal 
utilities operating under cost contracts, from customers in rural power dis- 
tricts and from other customers with whom — on behalf of the municipalities 
— the Commission has special contracts, all within the Niagara, Georgian Bay, 
Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay systems, Manitoulin Island, Nipissing 
rural power districts and Sudbury rural power district aggregated $32,639,- 
427.41. The revenue of the Commission from customers served by the 
Northern Ontario Properties, which are held and operated in trust for the 
Province, was $4,181,200.93, making a total of $36,820,628.34. 

Summarized operating results of these systems and rural power districts 
and of the Northern Ontario Properties, follow: 

SUMMARIZED OPERATING RESULTS 

OF THE 

NIAGARA, GEORGIAN BAY, EASTERN ONTARIO. THUNDER BAY SYSTEMS 

AND ALSO 

MANITOULIN, NIPISSING AND SUDBURY RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Revenue; amount received from or billed against municipalities 

and other customers $28,503,339.25 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts 4,136,088 . 16 

Total revenue, systems and rural $32,639,427 .41 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $26,713,270.63 

Provision for reserves — 

Renewals $ 2,206,611 .82 

Contingencies and obsolescence 189,885 .64 

Stabilization of rates 317,661 .54 

Sinking fund 2,945,855.99 

5,660,014.99 

$32 ,373 ,285 . 62 

Balance $ 266,141.79 



SUMMARIZED OPERATING RESULTS 

OF THE 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Held and operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
In trust for the Province of Ontario 

Revenue; amount received from or billed against municipalities and other cus- 
tomers $ 4,181,200.93 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $2,143,035 . 95 

Provision for reserves — 

Renewals $ 309,809.61 

Contingencies and obsolescence 201,638.41 

Sinking fund 1,147,414.01 

1,658,862.03 

3,801,897.98 

Balance $ 379,302 .95 



XIV 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



COMPARATIVE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 
NIAGARA SYSTEM 



1938 



1939 



Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 

Power purchased 

Operation, maintenance and administration . . 

Interest 

Provision for renewals 

Provision for contingencies and obsolescence . 

Provision for stabilization of rates 

Sinking Fund 



$ 



c. 



5,786,911.41 
4,439.228.79 
9,512,385.19 
1,558,882.56 
604,442.27 



$ c. 

6,800,716.23 
4,817,701.81 
9,628,364.05 
1,615,797.66 
200.59* 



2,201,335.71 



2,294,568.45 



TOTAL COST OF POWER 

REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from rural 
consumers and from private customers under flat 
rate contracts , 



24,103,185.93 



23,931,458.03 



25,157,348.79 



25,448,869.78 



Net balance credited or (charged) to municipalities under 
cost contracts 



(171,727.90) 



291,520.99 



*On certain rural lines only, — operated by two municipalities. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 





1938 


1939 


Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 

Power Purchased 


$ c. 

905,233.97 
938,595.30 
979,566.89 
261,820.01 
66,627.95 
81,494.60 
230,069.37 


$ c. 
1,024,071.40 


Operation, maintenance and administration 

Interest 


964,191.18 
1,039,632.24 


Provision for renewals 


271,339.98 


Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 

Provision for stabilization of rates 


67,268.15 
177,396.00 


Sinking Fund •. 


240,371.26 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


3,463,408.09 
3,564,306.86 


3,784,270.21 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from rural 
consumers and from private customers under flat rate 
contracts 


3,787,621.56 






Net balance credited to municipalities under cost contracts. 


100,898.77 


3,351.35 



War Efforts 

No review of the past year's operations would be complete without refer- 
ence to the steps taken to ensure that Hydro power will be available in ample 
quantities to enable Ontario to make its maximum contribution to the war 
efforts of Canada. . 

There are three main fields in which additional Hydro power can be 
used to expedite war-time production of needed supplies; first — in the mining 
fields of northern Ontario; second — in the manufacturing industries of south- 
ern Ontario; third — in the electro-chemical and electro-metallurgical indus- 
tries. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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RESPECTING THE SYSTEMS OF THE COMMISSION 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 





1938 


1939 


Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 

Power purchased 


$ c. 

53,649.21 

471,050.65 

404,626.36 

133,878.03 

29,247.78 

86,648.10 

99,052.44 


$ c. 
27,411.10 


Operation, maintenance and administration 

Interest 


541,802.75 
530,655.94 


Provision for renewals 


154,626 12 


Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 

Provision for stabilization or rates 


35,903.73 
94,107.00 


Sinking Fund 


118,135.78 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


1,278,152.57 
1,333,384.79 


1,502,642 42 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from rural 
consumers and from private customers under flat 
rate contracts 


1,461,012.60 






Net balance credited or (charged) to municipalities under 
cost contracts 


55,232.22 


(41,629.82) 







THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 





1938 


1939 


Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 

Operation, maintenance and administration 

Interest 


$ c. 

355,919.97 

895,768.34 

159,990.02 

85,852.37 

283,44i'.03 


$ c. 

367,293.70 
922,326.81 


Provision for renewals 


161,597.19 


Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 

Provision for stabilization of rates 


86,513.17 
46,158.54 


Sinking Fund 


291,029.60 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


1,780,971.73 
1,764,873.24 


1,874,919.01 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from rural 
consumers and from private customers under flat rate 
contracts 


1,879,467.85 


Net balance credited or (charged) to municipalities under 
cost contracts ' 


(16,098.49) 


4,548.84 



War to-day is largely fought with machines made of metals and alloys. 
The production of nickel and copper, important war metals, has increased 
greatly in northern Ontario during recent years. Gold also may be considered 
a war metal of great importance and the spectacular growth in its production 
in Ontario, making a substantial contribution to the Dominion's financial 
strength, has been greatly fostered by low-cost Hydro electrical service. To- 
day, the reserves of hydro-electric power actually developed in northern 
Ontario are sufficient for normal growth for two years and many easily 
developed sites are available throughout the north. 

The second field in which Hydro power may be needed in increasing 
amounts is in connection with the manufacturing industries of southern 



xvi THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 2 6 

Ontario. Here the contract provisions made for increased supplies of pur- 
chased power, aggregating 140,000 horsepower for the period 1940 to 1944, 
can, under the terms of the contracts, be advanced if necessary. 

The third field in which Hydro power can be used to stimulate war pro- 
duction is in the electro-chemical and electro-metallurgical industries which 
supply many war-time needs. In this field the Commission can supply large 
amounts of at-will or secondary power without increasing its system capacity. 

For the immediate future, therefore, there is ample power available in all 
districts to enable Ontario's war effort to be speeded up and maintained at a 
greatly enhanced level. During the past year many steps have been taken 
and plans made to ensure that this situation shall continue no matter what 
eventuates. 

One important step taken was the passing by the Provincial Legislature 
of The Power Control Act. Under this Act The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario is given authority to regulate and control the generation, 
transformation, transmission, distribution, supply and use of all power in the 
Province. In brief, the object of this legislation is to give the Commission 
the necessary authority to regulate Ontario's power supplies so that they may 
make the maximum contribution to its war-time effort. 

The Commission is also strengthening weak links in its extensive trans- 
mission systems by the construction of two or three strategic interconnecting 
and transmission lines of importance, both in eastern Ontario and in the 
western portion of the Niagara district. Careful consideration is also being 
given to industrial war demands, and continuous surveys are being made of 
industrial requirements in order to anticipate, if possible, any exceptional 
demands for war supplies of power, and to ensure that all plants at present 
working on munitions, or likely to be doing so in the near future, may be 
guaranteed an adequate and reliable power service whenever and wherever 
it may be required. 

Municipal Electric Utilities 

The following is a summation of the year's operation of the local electric 
utilities conducted by municipalities receiving power under cost contracts 
with the Commission: 

Total revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities $35,289,790. 70 

Cost of power $21,855,595.20 

Operation, maintenance and administration , 6,028,440. 01 

Interest 1,594,040.32 

Sinking fund and principal payments on debentures 2,420,441.30 

Depreciation and other reserves 2,524,364.33 

Total 34,422,881. 16 

Surplus ." 866,909. 54 

With regard to the local Hydro utilities operating under cost contracts, 
the following statements summarize for each of the four co-operative systems 
administered by the Commission, the financial status and the year's operations 
as detailed in Section X of the Report: 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xvii 

Niagara System 

The total plant assets of the Niagara system utilities amount to 
$83,841,361.16. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$42,131,257.65 aggregate $146,997,350.25. The reserves and surplus 
accumulated in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in 
the H-E.P.C, amount to $73,918,531.93, an increase of $4,576,674.81 during 
the year 1939. The percentage of net debt to total assets is 21.0 a reduction 
of 3.4 per cent. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $28,558,726.63, an increase of $990,889.85 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $2,024,001.22 and 
providing $2,244,851.41 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund 
debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Niagara system amounted to $661,463.52, as compared with 
$655,157.82 the previous year. 

Georgian Bay System 

The total plant assets of the Georgian Bay system utilities amount to 
$2,963,164.42. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$1,556,477.57 aggregate $5,087,865.66. The reserves and surplus accumulat- 
ed in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, 
amount to $3,131,173.05, an increase of $43,585.36 during the year 1939. The 
percentage of the net debt to total assets is 11.9, a reduction of 0.4 per cent. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $1,262,884.52, an increase of $22,794.81 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expense in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $91,562.00 and 
providing $45,147.28 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund de- 
bentures, the total net loss for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Georgian Bay system amounted to $26,897.01 as compared 
with a surplus of $75,450.57 the previous year. 

Eastern Ontario System 

The total plant assets of the Eastern Ontario system utilities amount to 
$9,149,235.27. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$2,216,217.14, aggregate $13,968,432.79. The reserves and surplus accumu- 
lated in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, 
amount to $9,601,338.05, an increase of $498,720.88 during the year 1939. 
The percentage of net debt to total assets is 11.6, a reduction of 0.7 per cent. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $3,756,724.57, an increase of $220,165.01 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $244,696.81 and 
providing $109,910.04 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund de- 
bentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Eastern Ontario system amounted to $162,451.40 as compared 
with $243,365.46 the previous year. 



xviii THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Thunder Bay System 

The total plant assets of the Thunder Bay system utilities amount to 
$2,765,875.55. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$2,711,344.58, aggregate $6,518,524.21. The reserves and surplus accumulat- 
ed in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, 
amount to $3,285,462.74 a decrease of $64,771.10 during the year 1939. The 
percentage of net debt to total assets is 9.8 an increase of 0.3 per cent. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $1,239,241.83, an increase of $60,066.24 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $46,174.94 and 
providing $10,450.26 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund de- 
bentures, the total net loss for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Thunder Bay system amounted to $11,352.00, as compared 
with a net loss of $16,900.17 for the previous year. 



The relationship between the Commission and the partner municipalities 
has been marked by increasing friendliness and co-operation during the year. 
Opportunities have been afforded for direct contact with many of those 
responsible for the supervision and operation of the local Hydro utilities, and 
these personal meetings have been marked by most cordial and helpful dis- 
cussion. 

My colleagues, the Hon. William L. Houck and Mr. J. Albert Smith 
join with me in thanks to the Commission's staff for faithful and efficient 
service. We are also grateful for the continued support given by the Press 
of the Province. 

Respectfully submitted, 

T. H. Hogg, 
Chairman 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xix 



Toronto, Ontario. March 31st, 1940. 

T. H. Hogg, Esq., B.A.Sc, C.E., D.Eng., 

Chairman, The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 

Toronto, Ontario. 

Sir: 

I have the honour to submit, herewith, the Thirty-second Annual 
Report of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal 
year which ended October 31, 1939. This report covers the operations of 
the Commission with regard to the supply of power to, or on behalf of, the 
partner Municipalities of the several Co-operative Systems, as well as the 
administration of the Northern Ontario Properties, which are held and 
operated by the Commission in trust for the Province of Ontario. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

Osborne Mitchell, 
Secretary. 



XX 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxi 



CONTENTS 

SECTION PAGE 

Foreword and Guide to the Report ---------- xxv 

I. Legal, (see also Appendix I) ___---_----"l 

Right-of-way and Property ----------- 2 

II. Operation of the Systems: 

General ---------------- 5 

Forestry division ------------- 8 

Niagara system --------------10 

Georgian Bay system ------------ 18 

Eastern Ontario system ------------22 

Thunder Bay system _'__--_------ 26 

Manitoulin district --------- .---- 28 

Northern Ontario Properties ---------- 28 

III. Municipal Work: 

Niagara system --------------34 

Georgian Bay system ___-_____--- 37 

Eastern Ontario system ------------37 

Thunder Bay system ------------ 38 

Non-system Properties ____-___---- 38 

Northern Ontario Properties ---------- 39 

Rural Electrical Service ------------41 

Table of Rural Rates ------------ 52 

IV. Sales Promotion _-______---_-- 59 

V. Hydraulic Engineering and Construction: 

General --------------- 64 

Niagara system --------------64 

Georgian Bay system -_-___-__-_- 65 
Eastern Ontario system ------------66 

Thunder Bay system ____________ 66 

Northern Ontario Properties __________ 66 

VI. Electrical Engineering and Construction: 

General -----______-___ 70 

Niagara system ------------ 72 and 82 

Georgian Bay system -_-_•_-____ 76 and 84 

Eastern Ontario system ---------- 77 and 84 

Thunder Bay system --________ 78 and 84 

Northern Ontario Properties ________ 79 and 85 

Telephone lines — all systems ---------- 86 

Total Mileage Transmission Lines (Table) ______ 88 

Distribution lines and systems ---------- 89 



xxii THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

SECTION PAGE 

VII. Testing, Research, Inspection, Production and Service - - — - - 90 

Electrical Inspection ____________ 99 

VIII. Electric Railways: 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company -------- 101 

IX. Financial Statements Relating to Properties Operated by the Commission : 

Explanatory statement ___________ 103 

Co-operative Systems and Properties: 

Balance sheet __-__-_-_----- no 

Statement of operations and cost of power ------- 112 

Schedules supporting the balance sheet -------- 114 

Statements for Municipalities Receiving Power under Cost Contracts: 

Niagara system _____________ 130 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 152 

Eastern Ontario system ___________ 162 

Thunder Bay system ------__----- 172 

Manitoulin, Nipissing and Sudbury rural power districts - - - 175 

Northern Ontario Properties : 

Balance sheet __________--_- 178 

Operating account ------------- 180 

Schedules supporting the balance sheet --------182 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company -------- 185 

X. Municipal Accounts and Statistical Data: 

Explanatory statement ___________ 189 

Consolidated balance sheet -----------192 

Consolidated operating report ---------- 199 

Statement A — Balance sheets -______--- 206 

Statement B — Detailed operating reports ------- 256 

Statement C — Respecting street lights -------- 306 

Statement D— Comparative revenue, consumption, number of con- 
sumers, AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL, NET COST PER KILOWATT-HOUR, ETC. - 327 

Statement E — Cost of power to municipalities and rates to consumers 

FOR DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL LIGHTING AND POWER SERVICE - - - - 346 

Appendix I. Acts ---------------- 363 

Index --__--__-____----- 371 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxiii 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

PAGE 

Transmission Lines— Northern Ontario Properties - — Frontispiece 

Forestry Division— Operating Department : 

Symmetrical pruning of trees bordering highways ______ 9 

Rural Electrical Service in Ontario: 

Electrical incubator on an Ontario farm __---__-- 43 
Modern chopper and milker installed in barn _______ 45 

Booklets and Advertisements Used in Sales Promotion Work ----- 61 

Platform Used for Drilling to Determine Rock Elevation _____ 65 

Ear Falls Development — English River : 

Power house as extended for unit No. 3 ---------67 

Lower end of left-hand conduit scroll case and speed ring - 67 

Kaplan runner and shaft for turbine unit No. 3 -------69 

Transportation in Northern Ontario: 

Moving survey party by airplane ----------- 71 

Transmission Lines — Northern Ontario Properties: 

Typical pole on 44, 000- volt transmission line ________ 71 

Leaside Transformer Station — Transformers in Bank No. 8 - - - - 73 

Transformer Station at Shining Tree ---------- -79 

Distributing Stations at Hudson ------------ 81 

Distribution in Rural Power Districts: 

Automatic voltage regulator ------------85 

Installing submarine cable to Wolfe Island near Kingston - 87 

Testing and Research Laboratories: 

Measuring the skin effect factor on large electrical cables - - - - 91 

Magnetic transfer device used in vibration investigations _ - _ _ 93 
Split cylinder pole re-inforcing and treating unit -------95 

Testing safety glass — impact and discoloration tests _____ 96 

Abrasion testing of insulated wires __--______ 97 



xxiv THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



DIAGRAMS 

PAGE 

Twenty-Five Years Record — Capital investment and reserves, all systems - - xxvii 
Twenty-Five Years Record — Provincial advances and funded debt - xxix 

Twenty-Five Years Record — Power resources and loads ______ X xxi 

Twenty-Five Years Record — Assets and liabilities of ''Hydro" utilities - - xxxii 
Twenty-Five Years Record — Revenues of "Hydro" utilities - - -xxxiii 

All Systems Combined— Peak loads, 1930 to 1939 -------- 8 

Niagara System— Peak loads, 1910 to 1939 _---------H 

Georgian Bay System — Peak loads, 1920 to 1939 -------- 19 

Eastern Ontario System — Peak loads for all districts combined, 1920 to 1939 - 23 
Thunder Bay System— Peak loads, 1920 to 1939 -------- 27 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

Nipissing District— Peak loads, 1920 to 1939 _____--- 29 

Sudbury District— Peak loads, 1930 to 1939 -------- 29 

Abitibi District— Peak loads, 1931 to 1939 ---------31 

Patricia-St. Joseph District — Peak loads, 1930 to 1939 - 32 

Rural Power Districts : 

Mileage of primary lines approved, 1921 to 1939 _______ 48 

Aggregate peak loads, 1921 to 1939 _____----- 49 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company — Operating statistics ----- 102 

Cost of Electrical Service in Municipalities served by The Hydro-Electric 

Power Commission -__-_--__----- 329 



MAPS 

Transmission Lines and Stations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario -------------- At end of volume 

Transmission Lines and Stations of the Northern Ontario Properties At end of volume 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxv 

THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT 
OF 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



FOREWORD 

and 
Guide to the Report 

THE Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario administers a co- 
operative municipal-ownership enterprise, supplying power throughout 
the Province of Ontario. The Commission was created in 1906 by special 
act of the Legislature and followed investigations by advisory commissions 
appointed as a result of public agitation to prevent monopoly and to provide 
a more satisfactory supply of low-cost power in Southern Ontario. In 1907 
The Power Commission Act (7-Edward VII Ch. 19) was passed amplifying 
and extending the Act of 1906 and this Act — modified by numerous amending 
acts which now form part of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1937, Chap. 62 — 
constitutes the authority under which the Commission operates. 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario consists of a Chairman 
and two Commissioners, all of whom are appointed by the Lieutenant- 
Governor-in-Council to hold office during pleasure. One of the Commissioners 
must be a member of the Executive Council and two may be members. 

In 1909, work was commenced on a comprehensive transmission system 
and by the end of 1910 power was being supplied to several municipalities. 

The Commission has now been supplying electrical energy for more than 
twenty-nine years and the Report contains diagrams depicting the growth of 
the enterprise. During this period the costs of electricity to the consumer 
have been substantially reduced and the finances of the enterprise have been 
established on a secure foundation. 

At the end of 1939 the Commission was serving 856 municipalities in 
Ontario. This number included 26 cities, 103 towns, 300 villages and police 
villages and 427 townships. With the exception of 14 suburban sections of 
townships known as 'Voted areas", the townships and 117 of the smaller 
villages are served as parts of 184 rural power districts. 

Financial Features of Go-operative Systems 

The basic principle governing the financial operations of the undertaking 
is, that electrical service be given by the Commission to the municipalities 
and by the municipalities to the ultimate consumers at cost. Cost includes 
not only all operating and maintenance charges, interest on capital investment 
and reserves for renewals or depreciation, for obsolescence and contingencies, 
and for stabilization of rates, but also a reserve for sinking fund or capital 
payments on debentures. 



xxvi THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The undertaking from its inception has been entirely self-supporting and 
no contributions have been made from general taxes except in connection with 
service in rural power districts. In this case, the Province, in pursuance of 
its long established policy of assisting agriculture and with the approval of the 
urban citizens, assists extension of rural electrical service by a grant-in-aid of 
the capital cost and in other ways as specified and detailed in the Report. 

As the principle of "service at cost" is radically different from that ob- 
taining in private organizations, where profit is the governing feature, it 
naturally results in different and in some ways unique administrative features. 

The undertaking as a whole involves two distinct phases of operations as 
follows: 

The First phase of operations is the provision of the electrical power — 
either by generation or purchase — and its transformation, transmission and 
delivery in wholesale quantities to individual municipal utilities, to large in- 
dustrial consumers, and to rural power districts. This phase of the operations 
is performed by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as trustee 
for the municipalities acting collectively in groups or "systems," and the 
financial statements relating to these collective activities of the municipalities 
are presented in Section IX of the Report. Each system of municipalities, as 
provided in The Power Commission Act, forms an independent financial unit 
and the accounts are therefore segregated and separately presented for each 
system. In order, however, that there may be a comprehensive presentation 
of the co-operative activities of the undertaking as a whole, there are pre- 
sented, in addition, for the four main systems and miscellaneous co-operative 
activities, a balance sheet of assets and liabilities, a statement of cost distri- 
butions, a tabulation of fixed assets, and summary combined statements 
respecting the various reserves. 

The Second phase of operations is the retail distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers within the limits of the areas served by the various 
municipal utilities and rural power districts. In the case of rural power districts 
which usually embrace portions of more than one township, The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission not only provides the power at wholesale, but also 
— on behalf of the respective individual townships — attends to all physical and 
financial operations connected with the distribution of energy at retail to the 
consumers within the rural power districts. Summary financial statements 
relating to the rural power districts are also presented in Section IX of the 
Report, and a general report on their operation is given in Section III. 

In the case of cities, towns, many villages and certain thickly populated 
areas of townships, retail distribution of electrical energy provided by the 
Commission is in general conducted by individual local municipal utility 
commissions under the general supervision of The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario. The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical 
data relating to the individual urban electrical utilities are presented in Section 
X of the Report. 

For the Northern Ontario Properties held and operated by the Commis- 
sion in trust for the Province there are also presented in Section IX financial 
statements including a balance sheet, an operating account, and statements 
respecting reserves and capital expenditures. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxvii 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS RECORD ALL SYSTEMS 



Dollars 



CAPITAL INVESTMENT 



450,000,000 ■ 



H-E. P. C. PLANT 

MUNICIPAL PLANT AND OTHER ASSETS 



400,000,000 



350,000,000 - 



300,000,000 



250,000,000 



200.000,000 



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450,000.000 



400,000.000 



350.000.000 



150,000.000 



100.000,000 



50,000,000 




300.000,000 



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Further details respecting administration, and explanations of the finan- 
cial tables presented in the Report are given in the introductions to sections 
IX and X on pages 103 and 189. 

Co-operative Systems Operating 

From time to time in accordance with provisions in The Power Commission 
Act various groups of municipalities have been co-ordinated to form systems 
for the purpose of obtaining power supplies from convenient sources. In some 
cases these small systems grew until their transmission lines interlocked with 
those of adjacent systems and it proved beneficial to consolidate the trans- 
mission networks and the financial and administrative features. In the well 
settled parts of the Province, known as Old Ontario, this process has now 
reached a more stable condition and the municipalities of the southern part 
of the Province are now combined in three systems: the Niagara system, the 
Georgian Bay system and the Eastern Ontario system. One other system of 
partnership municipalities is known as the Thunder Bay system. 

The Niagara System is the largest and most important system. It em- 
braces municipalities in all the territory between Niagara Falls, Hamilton and 
Toronto on the east and Windsor, Sarnia and Goderich on the west. It is 
served with electrical energy generated at plants on the Niagara river, supple- 
mented with power transmitted from generating plants on the Ottawa river 
and with power purchased from Quebec companies. 

The Georgian Bay System comprises municipalities in that part of the 
Province which surrounds the southern end of Georgian Bay and lies to the 
north of the territory served by the Niagara system. It includes the districts 
surrounding lake Simcoe and extends as far north as Huntsville in the Lake of 
Bays district and south to Port Perry. Its power supplies are derived chiefly 
from local water power developments. 

The Eastern Ontario System serves all of Ontario east of the areas com- 
prising the Georgian Bay and the Niagara systems. It includes the districts 
of Central Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and Madawaska; formerly 
separate systems. Its power supplies are from local developments supple- 
mented by purchases from other sources. 

The Thunder Bay System comprises the cities of Port Arthur and Fort 
William, adjacent rural sections, the village of Nipigon, and the mining district 
of Longlac. Two developments on the Nipigon river supply power. 

A small rural district known as Manitoulin Rural Power District on 
Manitoulin island in the northern area of lake Huron is served by the Com- 
mission as an independent unit. 

Northern Ontario Properties 

In addition to its operations on behalf of the partner municipalities, the 
Commission, under an agreement with the Province, holds and operates the 
Northern Ontario Properties in trust for the Province. For the purposes of 
financial administration these properties are treated as one unit. The 
Northern Ontario Properties lie in the portion of the Province north of Lake 
Nipissing and French River areas, exclusive of the territory served by the 
Thunder Bay system. The principal areas in this vast territory at present 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



XXIX 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 








PROVINCIAL ADVANCES AND FUNDED DEBT 


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receiving service are the Nipissing District centering around the city of North 
Bay on the shore of lake Nipissing; the Sudbury District comprising the city of 
Sudbury and the adjacent mining area known as Sudbury Basin; the Abitibi 
District comprising the territory served by 25-cycle power from the Abitibi 
Canyon development, together with a small area in the southern portion of the 
district of Sudbury in which mining properties are served with 60-cycle power; 
the Patricia-St. Joseph District comprising the territory within transmission 
distance of the Ear Falls development at the outlet of Lac Seul on the English 
river including the Red Lake mining area, and the territory immediately north 
of lake St. Joseph in the territorial district of Patricia served with power from 
a development at Rat Rapids on the Albany river. 

The geographic boundaries of the various systems are shown on the map 
of transmission lines and stations at the back of the Report. 

The power supplies for the systems and Northern Ontario districts are 
listed in the first table of Section II of the Report on pages 6 and 7. 

The Annual Report 

The table of contents, pages xxi and xxii lists the matters dealt with in 
the Report. At the end of the Report there is a comprehensive index. To 
those not conversant with the Commission's Reports, the following notes will 
be useful. 

In Section II, pages 5 to 33, dealing with the operations of the systems, 
are a number of diagrams showing graphically the monthly loads on the 
several systems and districts. Tables are also presented showing the amounts 
of power taken by the various municipalities during the past two years. 

The rural distribution work of the Commission has proved of widespread 
interest and special reference to this is made in Section III on pages 41 to 58. 

In Sections V and VI will be found information respecting progress of 
work on new power developments and on transmission system extensions, 
together with photographic illustrations. 

About one-half of the Report is devoted to financial and other statistical 
data which are presented in two sections IX and X already referred to above. 

Frequent enquiries for the rates for service to consumers are received 
by the Commission. For the urban municipalities served by the Commission 
these are given in statement "E" starting on page 346. For the rural power 
districts they are given in a table starting on page 52. Certain statistical 
data resulting from the application of the rates in urban utilities are given 
in statement "D". This statement is prefaced by a special introduction 
starting on page 328. 

In its Annual Reports the Commission aims to present a comprehensive 
statement respecting the activities of the whole undertaking under its adminis- 
tration. Explanatory statements are suitably placed throughout the Report. 
The Commission receives many letters asking for general information respect- 
ing its activities, as well as requests for specific information concerning certain 
phases of its operations. In most cases the enquiries can satisfactorily be 
answered by simply directing attention to information presented in the Annual 
Report. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxxi 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS RECORD — NIAGARA SYSTEM 



Horsepower 
1.600,000 — 



DEVELOPED AND PURCHASED POWER RESOURCES HoRSEPOWER 
25 CYCLES 



1 .400.000 



1 .200.000 



DEVELOPED POWER 



J PURCHASED POWER 



1,000,000 



800.000 



600,000 



400,000 



200,000 



^4 




1.600,000 



1 ,400,000 



- 1 .200.000 



1 ,000,000 



800.000 



600.000 



400,000 



200.000 



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1.400.000 — 



1.200.000 



PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LOADS 
25 CYCLES 



PRIMARY LOAD 



D SECONDARY LOAD 



1 .000.000 



800,000 



600.000 



400.000 



rO 



200,000 




Horsepower 
1.400,000 



1 ,200,000 



1.000.000 



800.000 



600.000 



400,000 



200,000 






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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



The Hydro-Electric Power Commission Of Ontario 

HYDRO UTILITIES OF CO-OPERATING URBAN MUNICIPALITIES 

TWENTY- FIVE YEARS RECORD 



Dollars 
180.000,000- 

170.000,000 

160.000.000- 

150,000,000 
140.000,000- 
130,000,000- 
120,000,000- 
110,000,000- 
100,000,000- 
90,000,000- 
80,000,000- 
70,000.000- 
60.000,000- 
50,000,000- 
40,000,000- 
30,000,000- 
20,000,000- 
10,000.000- 



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Dollars 
180,000.000 

■170,000,000 
160,000,000 
150,000,000 
140,000,000 
130,000,000 

•120,000,000 
110,000,000 

-100,000,000 
90,000,000 
80,000,000 

• 70,000,000 

- 60,000,000 

- 50,000,000 
40.000,000 
30,000,000 
20,000.000 

- 10,000,000 



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50,000.000- 

40.000,000- 

30,000,000- 

20.000.000- 

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Dollars 
50,000,000 

40,000,000 

30,000,000 

20,000,000 

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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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The Hydro-Electric Power Commission Of Ontario 










HYDRO UTILITIES OF CO-OPERATING URBAN MUNICIPALITIES 
TWENTY- FIVE YEARS REVENUES 


Dollars DOMESTIC SERVICE DoLLARS 












-12,000,000 
-10,000,000 

- 8,000,000 

- 6,000.000 

- 4.000,000 

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- 4.000,000 

- 2,000,000 














































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Dollars POWER SERVICE Dollars 












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- 8,000,000 

- 6,000.000 

- 4,000.000 

- 2,000,000 










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1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



SECTION I 



LEGAL 



AT the 1939 Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario 
two Acts respecting The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
were passed. At the Second Session in 1939 an Act respecting the regulation 
and control of the use of power in Ontario was passed. The said Acts are 
reproduced in full in Appendix I of this Report. The short titles of the said 
Acts are as follows: 

The Power Commission Amendment Act, 1939, Chapter 35 

The Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Amendment Act, 1939, 
Chapter 41 

The Power Control Act, 1939, Second Session, Chapter 8. 

The agreements between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario and municipalities and corporations mentioned in the list hereunder 
given were approved by Orders-in-Council. 

CO-OPERATIVE SYSTEMS 

Town Townships 

Arnprior Dec. 9, 1938 Conmee April 27, 1939 

Dalton May 29, 1939 

Villages Eastnor Aug. 5, 1939 

f :„,„».. TTnr.^i A,„r ii i qqq EHzabethtown Aug. 10,1939 

Mlllbrook Au S- 2 ' 1939 Flos June 10, 1939 

PnT T ^ Vtt t a^it Gillies May 6, 1939 

Orono Dec 7 1938 Marysburgh North Mar. 15, 1939 

Urono Uec - '■ iy ^ Normanby Sept. 18, 1939 

„ North Algona Aug. 1, 1939 

Townships Nort h Gower Jan. 2, 1939 

Anglesea, Kaladar and Effing- O'Connor May 8, 1939 

ham July 13. 1939 Sherbrooke South Jan. 9, 1939 

Armour Sept. 7, 1939 Stisted Nov. 25, 1938 

Assiginack Jan. 9, 1939 Vaughan Jan. 9, 1939 

Bagot and Blythfield April 11, 1939 Wilberforce Aug. 5, 1939 

Barrie Aug. 19, 1939 Wolfe Island Nov. 5, 1938 

Corporations 

Aluminum Company of Canada, Limited (Firm Power) Sept. 18, 1939 

Aluminum Company of Canada, Limited (Interruptible Power) Sept. 18, 1939 

The Beaver Wood Fibre Company Limited May 2, 1939 

Canadian Associated Aircraft, Limited Sept. 12, 1939 

1— H.E. 



2 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Corporations— Continued 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation April 

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Limited Aug. 

The Great Lakes Paper Company, Limited June 

Howard Smith Paper Mills, Limited (Surplus Power) June 

Howard Smith Paper Mills, Limited (5,400 h.p. Firm Power) June 

Howard Smith Paper Mills, Limited (4,150 h.p. Firm Power) June 

The Ontario Paper Company Limited (Firm Power) Feb. 

The Ontario Paper Company Limited (Steam Process Power). . . Feb. 

Provincial Paper Limited Aug. 

White Valley Chemicals, Limited June 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Towns Townships 

Sioux Lookout Feb. 8, 1939 Fauquier Oct. 

Trout Creek Aug. 10, 1939 McKim Aug. 



Townships 



Neelon and Garson Aug. 

Nipissing Oct. 



Chisholm Oct. 5, 1939 Shackleton and Machin Oct. 



1, 


1939 


15, 


1939 


1, 


1939 


30, 


1939 


30, 


1939 


30, 


1939 


9, 


1939 


9, 


1939 


2, 


1939 


16, 


1939 


16, 


1939 


21, 


1939 


16, 


1939 


26, 


1939 


10, 


1939 



RIGHT-OF-WAY AND PROPERTY 

The Year's Operations 

The continued rapid expansion of the Commission's operations resulted 
in a large demand for new right-of-way, most of which was acquired by ease- 
ment. Close to the larger urban centres, however, the fee of the land occupied 
was usually acquired. The number of settlements made increased by 
approximately 20 per cent. 

Power Development Lands 

A number of claims by owners of property abutting Chats lake were 
settled. 

The remaining outstanding claims on Frederick House lake were disposed 
of. 

Transmission and Distribution Lines 

The large increase in rights required for rural distribution lines involved 
the securing of 4,304 easements, 430 crossing agreements with other corpora- 
tions, 472 tree trimming agreements, and settlement of 121 damage claims. 

Transmission lines of importance in connection with which various rights 
were acquired are as follows: 

Niagara System — Vanessa junction to Norfolk transformer station, Sun 
Brick junction to East York distribution station, Wellesley junction to 
Wellesley distribution station, and Virgil junction to Virgil distribution 
station. 

Eastern Ontario System — Sidney transformer station to Brighton 
distribution station. 

Northern Ontario Properties — Preliminary application has been made 
to the Province of Ontario for a License of Occupation for transmission line 
from Ear Falls to Sioux Lookout, and from Ear Falls via Uchi Gold Mines to 
Crow Lake. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 3 

Application has been made for a License of Occupation for a transmission 
line from a point on the Hunta-Sudbury line in Garibaldi Township to Ronda 
Gold Mines in MacMurchy Township, and Sylvanite Gold Mines in Tyrell 
Township. 

Rights were completed for line between Crystal Falls and Coniston. 

Further rights were acquired between Cameron Falls and Port Arthur. 

Station Sites 

Distribution station sites were purchased for an extension to Priceville 
and Belleville and for new stations at Brampton, Treadwell, Wellesley, 
Beaumaris, Fon thill, Clinton, Virgil, Fallingbrook, Hudson, Campbell ville, 
Glencairn, Kingsway, and Roslyn. Patrolmen's cottage sites were secured 
at McKirdy, Vittoria, Pelham and Sioux Lookout. 

In the many negotiations conducted only eight owners appealed to the 
Valuator, appointed under the Power Commission Act. 

Service and Office Buildings 

A block of property was acquired at the rear of the Head Office to provide 
additional facilities. 

A number of leases were entered into throughout the Province to provide 
office space and storage facilities for the ever-increasing number of rural dis- 
trict and inspection offices. 

Sales and Leases 

As in previous years, the policy of disposing of excess lands was continued,, 
and a large number of properties were sold. The sale of several rights-of-way,, 
the fee of which was not considered essential, was continued, transmission 
line rights being retained thereon. 

Lands owned by the Commission in connection with power developments,, 
and also lands comprising several hundreds of miles of right-of-way not wholly 
occupied by the Commission's equipment, were leased wherever possible to 
adjoining property owners with the dual object of obtaining increased revenue 
and decreasing maintenance costs. Practically all of the residences owned by 
the Commission were occupied under lease. The number of income bearing 
leases approximates 1,500 and the annual revenue is about $90,000. 

Residences and other buildings in urban and rural districts, chiefly in 
the Toronto and Niagara areas, were maintained in good condition and in 
many cases were rehabilitated and improved in order to meet modern require- 
ments and produce increased revenue. 

Surveys 

A large number of surveys of lands owned, and of properties being 
acquired, were made. Surveys covering a large number of canal and river 
crossings were completed for Government approval. 

In practically all cases where surveys of lands held in fee were made, 
standard H-E.P.C. monuments were placed to mark the boundaries; some 
350 monuments were so placed. 



4 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Surveys of right-of-way from Oshawa to Bowmanville, Newmarket to 
Jersey Side Road were made and monuments placed to define limits of property 
over which the Commission retained transmission line rights after sale of 
property. 

The more important field surveys made were in connection with the 
following properties: 

Generating Stations and Sites: Walkerton, Appleton and Pakenham. 

Transformer and Distribution Stations: Pelham, Burlington, Beau- 
maris, Virgil, Fonthill, Cainsville, Huntsville, Clinton, Penetang, 
Vittoria, Roslyn, Birchcliff, East York, Fairbank, Sioux Lookout, 
Kingswood, Glencairn, Hudson, Long Lac, Dumfries, Norfolk and 
Waubaushene. 

Patrolmen's Cottage Sites: LaForest, Shining Tree and Mattagami, 
Islington Jet. to Wiltshire Jet. (Union St. to C.P.R. and Silverthorne 
Avenue to Carrick Ave.) N.66x82. 4 1 

Owing to the changed conditions obtaining, it has been found necessary 
to re-survey the original high-tension transmission system constructed in 1909, 
the easements for which expired in 1939. Survey work, which commenced 
late in the year, will require at least a year to complete. 

Records 

The following is a brief statistical summary of the records made: 

(1) All current deeds including plans attached were copied in the Title 
Record Books, and Title record plans brought up to date. 

(2) Plans were indexed for all purchases, sales, easements, leases, licenses of 
occupation, crossings and title records. 

(a) Purchases and sales of land. 

(b) Easements. 

(c) Leases and licenses of occupation, crossings, etc. 

(d) Title record plans. 

(3) The following were indexed: 

Deeds of land 124 

Tree trimming rights 420 

Transmission line easements 1454 

Taxes 

Assessments covering Commission owned properties were received from 
251 municipalities. Where assessments were not in conformity with the 
provisions of The Power Commission Act, appeals were made, resulting 
generally in a reduction of assessment and taxes. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



SECTION II 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 



OPERATING conditions on all systems were favourable throughout the 
year. No major failure of equipment occurred, and there were no serious 
interruptions to service on any part of the Commission's undertakings. 
Water conditions on the Ottawa, Trent, and Georgian Bay watersheds were 
approximately normal, taking an average over the year. However, it was 
necessary at times to draw heavily on storage reserves to maintain stream 
flow, particularly towards the close of the fiscal year. 

Load conditions 

The total output during the year, including power generated in the 
Commission's own generating stations and that purchased from outside 
sources, amounted to 8,501,894,632 kilowatt-hours. This was the largest 
output on record and exceeds that of the previous year by 12.1 per cent. 
The October peak load, including primary and secondary, amounted to 
1,963,471 horsepower, which was higher than that of any previous year and 
exceeded the October peak of 1938 by 7.2 per cent. 

The output for primary power purposes also exceeded all previous records 
for this class of power. Primary demands during the year called for an 
output on all systems of 6,575,944,747 kilowatt-hours, showing an increase 
of 7.4 per cent over the previous year. The primary peak load rose to 
1,669,337 horsepower in October, which is the highest primary load ever 
carried and exceeded the October, 1938, primary peak by 185,000 horsepower 
or 12.4 per cent. 

The primary load, which is distinguished from the total load in that it 
excludes secondary power supplied only as and when available, is of greater 
significance in relation to revenue and general industrial conditions than is 
the total load. Allowing for seasonal changes the demand for primary power 
rose steadily through the year. In the co-operative systems, municipal and 
rural demands contributed largely to this rise, further aided in September 
and October by increases in industrial demands, presumably arising from 
war preparedness. In the Northern Ontario Properties, the substantial 
growth of recent years continued, the total primary peak load rising from 
145,000 horsepower in 1938 to 168,000 horsepower in 1939, an increase of 
16.0 per cent. 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



TOTAL POWER GENERATED 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS 





Maximum 


Peak load 


Total output 




normal plant 
capacity 


during fiscal year 


during fiscal year 


Generating plants 


1937-38 


1938-39 


1937-38 


1938-39 




Oct. 31, 1939 


horse- 


horse- 


kilowatt- 


kilowatt- 




horsepower 


power 


power 


hours 


hours 


Niagara system 












Queens ton-Chippawa — Niagara river 


500,000 


497,319 


494,638 


2,326,916,000 


2,273,928,000 


"Ontario Power" — Niagara river 


180,000 


175,603 


176,944 


389,325,000 


680,430,000 


"Toronto Power" — Niagara river 

Chats Falls (Ontario half)— Ottawa river . 


150,000 


148,794 


136,059 


405,610,000 


280,146,000 


108,000 


112,601 


114,611 


352,019,350 


342,874,500 


DeCew Falls — Welland canal 


50,000 


48,257 


46,917 


124,851,000 


137,088.u00 


Steam Plant — Hamilton 


24,000 


1,609 


8,311 


22,000 


21,600 


Georgian Bay system 












South Falls — South Muskoka river 


5,600 


5,831 


5,898 


27,688,320 


23,305,500 


Hanna Chute — South Muskoka river 


1,600 


1,609 


1,743 


8,241,600 


7,368,000 


Trethewey Falls — South Muskoka river.. . 


2,300 


2,145 


2,145 


11,128,800 


9,487,200 


Ragged Rapids — Musquash river 


10,000 


5,630 


10,154 


927,800 


31,595,100 


Bala No. 1 and 2 — Muskoka river 


600 


603 


597 


3,136,760 


2,953,920 


Big Chute — Severn river 


5,800 


5,791 


5,912 


23,404,080 


22,030,200 


Wasdells Falls — Severn river 


1,200 


1,072 


1,220 


3,457,680 


2,946,140 


Eugenia Falls — Beaver river 


7,800 


7,547 


7,668 


15,086,000 


14,091,600 


Hanover — Saugeen river 


400 
500 


409 
489 


416 
489 


511,296 
2,066,200 


205,920 


Walkerton — Saugeen river 


1,448,200 


Eastern Ontario system 












Sidney — Dam No. 2, Trent river 


4,500 


5,228 


5,261 


22,146,600 


20,626,200 


Frankford — Dam No. 5 — Trent river 


3,500 


3,861 


3,861 


18,593,700 


15,493,600 


Sills Island — Dam No. 6— Trent river. . . . 


2,100 


2,212 


2,332 


9,939,000 


9,433,680 


Meyer sburg — Dam No. 8 — Trent river . . . 


7,000 


8,043 


7,895 


40,533,040 


28,656,400 


Hague's Reach — Dam No. 9 — Trent river 


4,500 


5,295 


4,799 


24,152,800 


20,454,630 


Ranney Falls — Dam No. 10 — Trent river. 


11,500 


11,944 


11,930 


52,556,540 


49,417,880 


Seymour — Dam No. 11 — Trent river 


4,200 


4,692 


4,826 


19,917,600 


17,569,920 


Heely Falls — Dam No. 14 — Trent river. . . 


15,300 


16,186 


16,086 


66,238,900 


58,163,420 


Auburn — Dam No. 18 — Trent river 


2,400 


2,788 


2,607 


13,084,310 


11,444,580 


Douro — Lock No. 24 — Otonabee river 


900 


1,072 


938 


1,043,400 


161,850 


Lakefield — Otonabee river 


2,300 


2,413 


2,413 


11,258,640 


9,971,260 


Young's Point — Otonabee river 


500 
1,000 


603 
938 



952 


118,650 
2,275,050 





Fenelon Falls-Dam No. 30-Sturgeon river . 


2,505,800 


High Falls — Mississippi river 


3,000 


3,264 


3,271 


13,106,640 


8,595,240 


Carleton Place — Mississippi river 


400 


509 





2,520 





Calabogie — Madawaska river 


6,000 


5,932 


6,354 


19,620,070 


18,608,390 


Galetta — Mississippi river 


1,100 


1,253 


1,206 


2,491,800 


2,260,200 


Thunder Bay system 












Cameron Falls — Nipigon river 


73,500 


76,407 


75,201 


356,173,000 


362,880,000 


Alexander — Nipigon river 


50,000 


53,887 


52,681 


270,743,600 


273,028,800 


Northern Ontario Properties 












Nipissing district 












Nipissing — South river 


2,100 


2,239 


2,259 


7,619,160 


7,329,560 


Bingham Chute — South river 


1,200 


1,314 


1,287 


3,738,560 


3,771,440 


Elliot Chute — South river 


1,700 


1,917 


1,897 


2,891,400 


2,781,400 


Sudbury district 




Coniston — Wanapitei river 


5,900 


5,630 


5,764 


20,605,300 


23,322,350 


McVittie — Wanapitei river 


3,100 


3,150 


3,217 


16,082,250 


17,374,700 


Stinson — Wanapitei river 


7,500 


7,399 


6,917 


21,492,000 


19,308,000 


Crystal Falls — Sturgeon river 


10,000 


6,971 


8,190 


17,326,170 


25,708,295 


Abitibi district 












Abitibi Canyon — Abitibi river 


240,000 


172,252 


188,740 


696,148,500 


901,415,000 


Patricia-St. Joseph district 












Ear Falls — English river 


9,000 


5,965 


9,122 


27,910,900 


38,190,600 


Rat Rapids — Albany river 


3,000 


3,097 


3,458 


14,955,780 


17,086,540 






Total generated 


1,525,000 


* 


* 


5,467,157,766 


5,795,479,615 



♦Because the peak loads on the various generating plants and purchased power sources usually occur 
at different times, the sum of the individual peak loads would not represent the sum of the peak loads on 
the systems. These, in the case of each system, must relate to the maximum load occurring at any one 
time. Consequently, the column headed "Peak load" is not totalled. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



AND PURCHASED— ALL SYSTEMS 

POWER PURCHASED 



Power source 



Contract 

amount 

horsepower 

Oct. 31, 1939 



Total purchased 



1937-38 
Kilowatt-hours 



1938-39 
Kilowatt-hours 



Canadian Niagara Power Co 

Gatineau Power Co. — 25-cycle 

Ottawa Valley Power Co 

Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Co 

Maclaren-Quebec Power Co 

Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle delivery at 110 kv, 
Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle delivery at 11 kv. 
Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle delivery to Tread- 
well 

M.F. Beach Estate 

Rideau Power Co 

Campbellford Water & Light Commission 

Abitibi Power & Paper Co 

Manitoulin Pulp Co.* 

Huronian Co. * 

Pembroke Electric Light Co. Ltd.* 

Orillia Water, Light & Power Commission* 

Gananoque Light, Heat & Power Co.* 

Kaministiquia Power Co.f 

Fenelon Falls Light, Heat & Power Commission:}: . 
Welland Ship Canal{ 



Total purchased 



20,000 

200,000 

108,000 

150,000 

60,000 

60,000 

20,000 

350 
500 
400 
800 
500 
300 
300 
400 
400 
160 



85,139,200 
701,642,880 
352,019,350 
509,900,000 
180,097,000 
195,820,270 

65,019,600 



1,567,200 

2,563,600 

3,699,700 

158,557 

444,100 





124,380 

No record 

16,717,920 

1,050 





84,170,800 
914,970,500 
342,874,500 
727,740,000 
272,709,000 
274,342,600 

65,737,800 

369,000 

1,698,400 

1,840,400 

3,722,900 

317,557 

620,700 

180,200 

No record 

643,800 

250,740 

13,844,320 

5,600 

376,200 



622,110 



2,114,914,807 



2,706,415,017 



Power purchased, contract amount, 1939 
Maximum normal plant capacity, 1939. . 



Total available capacity generated and purchased, 1939 
Total available capacity generated and purchased, 1938 



622,110 horsepower 
1,525,000 



2,147,110 
2,059,405 



Difference (increase) 87,705 " 

Total energy purchased, 1939 2,706,415,017 kilowatt-hours 

Total energy generated, 1939 5,795,479,615 



Total energy generated and purchased, 1939 8,501,894,632 

Total energy generated and purchased, 1938 7,582,072,573 



Difference (increase) 919,822,059 



*Purchased for delivery to remote rural power districts. 
fPur chased on kilowatt-hour basis. 
{Emergency use. 

CAUTION: The figures for "Maximum normal plant capacity" reflect the capacity of the 
various plants under the most favourable operating conditions which can reasonably be considered 
as normal, taking into consideration turbine capacity as well as generator capacity, and also the 
net operating head and available water supply. 

Owing, among other things, to changes in generating equipment due to wear and tear or 
the replacement of parts, also to changes in limitations governing water levels and effective net 
heads, the maximum normal plant capacity is not a fixed quantity but is one which must be 
revised from time to time. 

It is particularly important to bear in mind that the column headed "Maximum normal 
plant capacity" cannot be taken as an indication of the dependable capacity of the various plants: 
in some cases, it is, but in many cases it is not. Chief among the factors which govern the 
maximum dependable capacity of a hydraulic power plant and which are not reflected in column 
headed "Maximum normal plant capacity" are abnormal variations in water supply and oper- 
ating limitations encountered when plants are so situated on a given stream as to be affected 
by one another. 



8 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



Details regarding the load of each of the co-operative systems and of 
the several districts of the Northern Ontario Properties are given in the 
load graphs in this section of the Report. 













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1.500,1 



,000.000 



FORESTRY DIVISION 

The Forestry division continued its regular transmission and rural line- 
clearing operations to protect the Commission's lines, equipment and service 
from tree interference. 

Reforestation was continued, but confined to replacement plantings on 
non-revenue producing lands in the Niagara system. Work was also carried 
out on generating and transformer station grounds for the preservation and 
maintenance of existing trees and shrubs. 



Transmission and Rural Line-clearing Operations 

The year's operations involved treatment of 97,000 trees and 824 pole 
spans of underbrush spread over 3,907 miles of power transmission and 
telephone line. Rural work was increased by reason of county and township 
roads taken over by the Department of Highways and the construction of 
new lines along the King's highways. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 




SYMMETRICAL PRUNING OF TREES BORDERING HIGHWAYS 

New Construction Line-Clearing Operations 

Operations were performed to obtain clearance for approximately 137 
miles of new transmission and rural line. This work involved trimming of 
3,400 trees, and removal of 680 diseased and dangerous trees. 

Reforestation 

Reforestation operations involved planting of approximately 3,100 conif- 
erous and deciduous trees to replace losses at DeCew and Queenston gener- 
ating stations and Toronto Power transformer station. 

Municipal Hydro Systems 

Line-clearing operations were performed for fifteen municipalities. This 
work involved treatment of 3,450 trees spread over approximately 59 miles 
of distribution line. 



RADIO COMMUNICATION 

The Commission short-wave radio stations at Toronto and in the gener- 
ating stations at Cameron Falls, Ear Falls and Rat Rapids have continued 



10 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

to operate satisfactorily. Two additional stations were placed in service at 
Timmins and Frederick House Lake dam in the Abitibi district. 

New transmitting equipment was purchased to improve service com- 
munication between Toronto and Ear Falls and Rat Rapids generating 
stations. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 



The total output on the Niagara system, which distributes a little more 
than 70 per cent of all the power distributed by the Commission, rose to 
new heights in 1939, exceeding the total output in the previous year by 
11.6 per cent. Approximately 77 per cent of the total output was consumed 
in primary services. Compared with the previous year, the output for 
primary power purposes was 4.9 per cent greater. At the commencement of 
the year primary demands were on about the same level as in the like period 
a year earlier, but as the year advanced the 1939 level rose steadily above 
the level of 1938 until near the end when a sharply rising trend developed. 
At the close of the fiscal year primary demands were 13 per cent higher. In 
October, 1939, the system primary peak load was 1,228,552 horsepower, or 
13.1 per cent greater than in October, 1938, and was in excess of the highest 
previous peak on record. Load growth continued through November and 
December. 

During the major portion of the year, power resources available to the 
system were fully loaded. In addition to meeting all primary power re- 
quirements, the system produced approximately 1,400,000,000 kilowatt-hours 
for delivery to users of secondary power. 

Transmission line operating conditions throughout the year were most 
favourable. Interruptions to service caused by lightning, sleet, and gales, 
the chief enemies of electric-power transmission, were relatively few, and 
little damage was done to lines or equipment. During the year there were 
two complete failures to service of all customers on the Dominion Power and 
Transmission division of the Niagara system. There was also one complete 
interruption on the 220,000-volt lines supplying power from eastern sources. 

The Niagara river plants have been operated in conjunction with Quebec t 
power sources to meet system load requirements in the most economical 
manner. In general, the full output of these plants, as governed by water 
limitations and seasonal power demands, has been available throughout the 
year. Little trouble was experienced from ice conditions in the Niagara 
river during the winter. On only one occasion, January 30, was there any 
appreciable loss in Niagara generating capacity from this cause. 

The output of the two units at the Canadian Niagara Company's plant, 
reserved for the Commission's use, was available to the Niagara system 
throughout the year. Practically none of the usual trouble from ice at the 
Canadian Niagara Power Company's plant was experienced during the 
winter. On only one occasion, January 30 and 31, was there any deficiency 
in the supply to the Commission from this cause. The power agreement 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



11 



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with the Canadian Niagara Power Company, which expired on April 30, 
1939, was renewed with slight modifications for a further period of five years. 

Operation of the Chats Falls generating station encountered no special 
difficulties during the year, although on one occasion, lasting for the greater 
part of two days, the worst frazil ice conditions since the plant commenced 
operation were experienced. At one time the output of the plant was con- 
fined to one unit, and that under the most difficult operating conditions. 
Otherwise the full output of the plant, as governed by the Ottawa river 
flow, was available to the Niagara system. 



12 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

On the Ottawa river the natural run-off was subnormal during the fall 
months of 1938 to the extent that it almost equalled the low conditions ex- 
perienced during the fall of 1933. This condition continued throughout the 
winter months with the result that the storage reserves were drawn on to 
the limit in order to maintain a winter flow of 19,000 to 22,000 cubic feet 
per second. Storage conditions were further impaired, almost to the danger 
point, by the latest spring thaw since the plant began operation. The spring 
run-off commenced on April 6, which was about two weeks later than usual. 
The maximum 24-hour river flow passing the plant was 134,550 cubic feet 
per second on May 15, and the minimum 24-hour flow for the year, 18,129 
cubic feet per second, occurred on February 6. While the total volume of 
water passing the plant for the year was approximately average, river flow 
conditions as a whole were less advantageous than usual. 

The frequency-changer set at Chats Falls was available as a reserve 
source of supply for the Eastern Ontario system during the year. The set 
was used on many occasions, chiefly over the Eastern Ontario system's daily 
peak periods, to avoid reductions in the supply of secondary power. 

The DeCew Falls generating station operated to use all the water avail- 
able throughout the year. The load demands on the Dominion Power and 
Transmission division, in excess of the capacity available at the DeCew Falls 
generating station, were met by the frequency-changer set at Niagara Falls. 
This set, which was supplied from one of the units at the Toronto Power 
plant, was used on practically every working day. To complete the usual 
maintenance schedule at the DeCew Falls generating station, No. 8 generator 
was taken out of service for general overhaul on October 16. This reduction 
in capacity, together with increasing load demands, resulted in a shortage 
of 60-cycle power for the Dominion Power and Transmission division which 
was met by a temporary supply of approximately 5,000 horsepower from a 
generating station of the Department of Transport on the Welland Ship 
canal. 

The Hamilton steam station was available during the year as a limited 
standby reserve for the Dominion Power and Transmission division. The 
steam station rendered assistance on one day, December 28, 1938, when the 
output of the DeCew Falls generating station was restricted due to a large 
accumulation of frazil ice in the forebay. Up to this time the normal oper- 
ating practice was to keep one of the two steam units available for power 
purposes, and the generator of the other unit was operated as a synchronous 
condenser floating on the Hamilton section of the 60-cycle system. On 
December 28, 1938, the operation of the one generator as a synchronous 
condenser was discontinued. The boiler plant was used for generation of 
steam for commercial purposes throughout the year. 

Under the terms of the Quebec power agreements an additional 80,000 
horsepower became available to the Niagara system on November 1, 1938. 
Power supplies during the year from the Quebec sources were: — Gatineau 
Power Company 200,000 horsepower, Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power 
Company 150,000 horsepower, Maclaren-Quebec Power Company 60,000 
horsepower and the Ottawa Valley Power Company 96,000 horsepower, 
making a total delivery from eastern sources, including the Commission's half 
of the Chats Falls plant, of 602,000 horsepower. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



13 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1938-1939 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Acton 


977.3 
185.6 
126.0 
97.6 
880.7 

403.1 

62.0 

1,261.4 

720.3 

217.4 

350.6 
481.7 
460.6 
180.9 
541.3 

119.1 

176.6 

136.7 

2,952.7 

16,214.0 

790.8 
146.0 
89.0 
192.3 
144.3 

192.1 

49.2 

1,376.0 

474.3 

412.8 

35.1 

140.4 

6,555.2 

321.2 

86.4 

614.7 

167.5 

84.3 

47.0 

85.2 

73.7 
660.8 
126.4 
128.0 
396.8 

99.7 

88.0 

1,959.1 

1,193.1 

271.8 


1,082.8 
230.8 
126.7 
100.5 
942.6 

447.9 

58.8 

1,325.7 

873.7 

236.3 

368.0 
520.6 
441.4 
179.1 
604.3 

140.4 

190.3 

146.0 

2,932.5 

17,465.6 

910.2 
144.2 
85.4 
219.8 
156.2 

212.4 

58.3 

1,302.3 

434.5 

403.6 

38.3 

156.3 

6,944.4 

319.6 

101.5 

631.4 

145.6 

85.8 

49.7 

92.3 

75.7 
781.5 
126.6 
133.1 
434.3 

114.3 

103.5 

2,202.3 

1,363.2 

266.1 




105.5 


Agincourt 




45.2 


Ailsa Craig 




0.7 


Alvinston 




2.9 


Amherstburg 




61.9 


Ancaster Township 




44.8 


Arkona 


3.2 




Aurora 


64.3 


Aylmer 




153.4 


Ayr 




18.9 


Baden 




17.4 


Beachville. . 




38.9 


Beamsville. . . 


19.2 
1.8 




Belle River 




Blenheim. . . 


63.0 


Blyth 




21.3 


Bolton 




13.7 


Bothwell 




9.3 


Brampton 


20.2 






1,251.6 






119.4 


Bridgeport. . . 


1.8 
3.6 








Bronte 


27.5 


Brussels ! 




11.9 


Burford .... 




20.3 


Burgessville. . 




9.1 




73.7 

39.8 

9.2 




Burlington Beach 










3.2 


Cayuga 




15.9 






389.2 


Chippawa 


1.6 




Clifford 


15.1 






16.7 


Comber .... 


21.9 






1.5 


Courtright 




2.7 






7.1 






2.0 


Delhi 




120.7 






0.2 


Drayton 




5.1 


Dresden . 




37.5 






14.6 


Dublin 




15.5 






243.2 


Dunnville 




170.1 


Dutton 


5.7 





14 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1938-1939— Continued 





Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 


Municipality 


July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Elmira . . 


807.6 
397.0 
152.5 
151.4 
51.2 

643.5 
6,561.9 

557.6 
1,273.4 

146.1 

483.1 
7,994.6 
7,709.0 
1,386.8 

233.8 

1,308.7 

75.7 

1,040.0 

10,223.2 

810.7 

104,000.0 

398.9 

542.6 

178.1 

2,044.0 

82.8 

480.4 

2,470.4 

205.9 

683.6 

21,053.7 

149.2 

262.0 

2,930.9 

1,136.7 

38,517.6 

596.5 

1,120.6 

230.4 

105.3 

359.2 

85.3 

5,819.3 

1,124.7 

347.1 

2,827.0 
602.5 

37.8 
108.4 

39.9 


769.3 
412.1 
124.9 
175.3 

45.4 

495.0 
7,216.0 

638.1 
1,239.9 

182.3 

511.2 
8,253.4 
8,906.6 
1,587.2 

220.4 

1,385.1 

74.8 

993.3 

11,016.6 

1,018.9 

128,241.0 

438.9 

589.8 

243.6 

2,594.8 

94.1 

556.7 

2,677.7 

202.4 

736.7 

23,460.0 

150.1 

261.7 

2,599.0 

1,182.3 

39,901.5 

596.0 

1.145.8 

219.3 

101.5 

383.5 

109.1 

6,118.3 

1,188.1 

361.9 

2,819.0 
641.8 

39.2 
109.6 

41.8 


38.3 




Elora 


15.1 


Embro 


27.6 




Erieau 


23.9 


Erie Beach 


5.8 
148.5 




Essex 




Etobicoke Township 


654.1 


Exeter 




80.5 


Fergus 


33.5 




Fonthill 


36.2 


Forest 




28.1 


Forest Hill 




258.8 


Gait 




1,197.6 


Georgetown 




200.4 


Glencoe 


13.4 




Goderich 


76.4 


Granton. ... 


0.9 

46.7 




Grimsby 




Guelph 


793.4 


Hagersville. . . 




208.2 


Hamilton. . . 




24,241.0 


Harriston . 




40.0 


Harrow 




47.2 


Hensall 




65.5 


Hespeler 




550.8 


Highgate ... 




11.3 


Humberstone. . 




76.3 


Ingersoll 




207.3 


Jarvis 


3.5 




Kingsville 


53.1 


Kitchener 




2,406.3 


Lambeth 




0.9 


La Salle 


0.3 
331.9 




Leamington 




Listowel 


45.6 


London 




1,383.9 


London Township 


0.5 




Long Branch 


25.2 


Lucan 


11.1 
3.8 




Lynden 




Markham 


24.3 


Merlin 




23.8 


Merritton. . 




299.0 


Milton 




63.4 


Milverton 




14.8 


Mimico 


8.0 






39.3 


Moorefield 




1.4 


Mount Brydges . 




1.2 


Newbury 




1.9 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



15 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1938-1939— Continued 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


New Hamburg 


587.8 

1,695.8 

7,148.8 

10,134.0 

765.4 

409.6 
1,093.8 
222.1 
120.3 
487.6 

1,376.8 

183.4 

1,119.0 

89.1 

1,302.9 

2,176.9 

847.7 

922.2 

416.4 

86.9 

1,007.0 

3,173.5 

129.4 

137.2 

444.8 

571.0 

1,116.9 

122.6 

185.4 

14,673.8 

111.2 

162.9 

327.0 

1,461.6 

8,024.1 

8,990.9 
4,113.9 

558.1 
2,250.7 

414.2 

67.3 

2,472.6 

229.4 

284.1 

7,591.5 

1,215.8 
163.5 
441.3 

2,990.6 
678.2 


580.7 

1,769.4 

8,835.7 

10,798.9 

789.5 

461.1 
1,319.0 
223.4 
143.4 
576.4 

1,754.8 
185.3 

1,185.2 
102.9 

1,275.7 

2,091.1 
922.5 
912.9 
475.2 
101.7 

1,021.2 

3,307.1 

131.0 

148.4 

482.8 

6365 

1,079.0 

127.8 

203.6 

16,106.2 

118.0 

135.9 

378.3 

1,587.6 

8,471.8 

9,135.3 

4,282.6 
621.2 

2,927.6 
296.0 

64.3 

2,518.9 

246.2 

272.1 

7,843.8 

1,428.9 
177.6 
428.5 

3,270.8 
649.3 


7.1 




Newmarket. . . 


73 6 


New Toronto 




1,686.9 


Niagara Falls 




664.9 


Niagara-on-the-Lake 




24.1 


Norwich 




51.5 


Oakville 




225.2 


Oil Springs 




1.3 


Otterville 




23.1 


Palmerston 




88.8 


Paris 




378.0 


Parkhill 




1.9 


Petrolia 




66.2 


Plattsville ... 




13.8 


Point Edward 


27.2 
85.8 








Port Credit 


74.8 




9.3 




Port Dover 


58.8 






14.8 


Port Stanley 




14.2 


Preston 




133.6 


Princeton 




1.6 


Queenston 




11.2 


Richmond Hill 




38.0 






65.5 


Riverside 


37.9 






5.2 


Rodney 




18.2 






1,432.4 






6.8 


St. George 


27.0 






51.3 


St. Marys 




126.0 


St. Thomas 




447 7 






144.4 


Scarboro Township 




168.7 






63.1 


Simcoe 




676.9 




118.2 
3.0 








Stamford Township 


46.3 






16.8 


Stouffville. . 


12.0 




Stratford . . 


252.3 






213.1 


Streetsville ... 




14.1 




12.8 




Swansea 


280.2 


Tavistock 


28.9 





16 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1938-1939— Concluded 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Tecumseh 


464.3 
209.3 
249.0 
129.0 
111.4 

2,283.0 

709.9 

1,441.1 

362,158.2 

2,549.5 

467.8 

145.5 

2,584.2 

38.2 

256.3 

441.0 
3,978.5 

292.2 
5,917.9 

129.7 

137.6 

4,021.4 

165.5 

40,043.5 

447.7 

6,605.9 

165.5 

7,776.9 

5,074.4 

102.4 


419.8 
225.2 
255.8 
150.9 
77.0 

2,557.6 

584.4 

1,498.7 

383,536.2 

2,858.7 

501.7 

140.6 

2,629.0 

41.0 

258.2 

498.7 
4,269.4 

324.1 
6,587.1 

126.0 

141.8 

3,981.2 

198.7 

41,658.2 

553.6 

7,533.5 

70.0 

8,335.8 

5,624.6 

114.6 


44.5 




Thamesford 


15.9 


Thamesville 




6.8 


Thedford 




21.9 


Thorndale 


34.4 




Thorold 


274.6 


Tilbury 


125.5 




Tillsonburg 


57.6 


Toronto 




21,378.0 


Toronto Township 




309.2 


Trafalgar Township, Area No. 1 




33.9 


Trafalgar Township, Area No. 2 


4.9 




Wallaceburg 


44.8 


Wardsville. 




2.8 


Waterdown 




1.9 


Waterford 




57.7 






290.9 


Watford 




31.9 


Welland . 




669.2 


Wellesley 


3.7 




West Lome 


4.2 




40.2 




Wheatley 


33.2 


Windsor 




1,614.7 


Woodbridge 




105.9 


Woodstock 




927.6 


Wyoming 

York Township East 


95.5 




558.9 






550.2 


Zurich 




12.2 









NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Acton 


20.0 

33.9 

14.4 

1,025.0 

757.7 

55.5 

657.2 

1,745.2 

426.2 

311.8 


25.0 

85.5 

47.6 

998.1 

878.6 

75.0 

753.0 

1,858.8 

462.0 

338.9 




5.0 


Ailsa Craig . . . 




51.6 


Alvinston 




33.2 


Amherstburg 


26.9 




Aylmer ' 


120.9 


Avr. . 




19.5 


Baden. ... 




95.8 


Beamsville 




113.6 


Belle River 




35.8 


Blenheim 




27.1 









1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



17 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939— Continued 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Bond Lake 


1,639.9 

363.1 

292.3 

942.3 

87.9 

273.2 
636.1 
890.8 
186.2 
261.4 

559.2 
629.1 
140.7 
281.1 
1,030.1 

117.5 
220.2 
132.3 
188.2 
416.6 

755.7 
129.2 
330.0 
244.3 
200.6 

667.6 

696.2 

459.2 

50.7 

1,053.9 

688.9 

440.8 

1,487.5 

1,312.4 

351.2 

2,577.0 
136.9 
268.3 
871.0 
309.4 

264.6 
166.2 
352.5 
461.7 
899.2 

651.6 

98.2 

132.3 

70.9 
1,677.5 


1,849.5 
412.3 
300.6 

1,145.3 
112.6 

310.5 
810.7 
997.6 
195.2 
290.6 

599.9 
716.9 
170.3 
330.2 
1,046.1 

144.2 
288.3 
135.9 
282.2 

458.5 

928.5 
175.6 
383.4 
286.7 
209.4 

837.1 

766.2 

568.3 

52.0 

1,148.6 

765.2 

642.9 

1,557.0 

1,494.3 

417.6 

2,757.8 
186.4 
312.4 
935.0 
317.2 

312.6 
196.5 
411.9 
539.8 
955.7 

710.3 
117.0 
149.5 
121.0 
1,695.2 




209.6 


Bothwell 




49.2 


Brampton 




8.3 


Brant 




203.0 


Brigden 




'24.7 


Burford 




37.3 


Caledonia 




174.6 


Chatham 




106.8 


Chippawa . 




9.0 


Clinton 




29.2 


Delaware 




40.7 


Dorchester 




87.8 


Dresden. . 




29.6 


Drumbo. . 




49.1 


Dundas. ... 




16.0 


Dunnville . 




26.7 


Dutton. . 




68.1 


Elmira. . . 




3.6 






94.0 


Essex .... 




41.9 


Exeter. . 




172.8 






46.4 


Gait 




53.4 


Georgetown. . 




42.4 


Goderich 




8.8 


Grantham . . 




169.5 






70.0 


Haldimand . . 




109.1 






1.3 


Harrow .... 




94.7 


Ingersoll . 




76.3 






202.1 


Keswick. . 




69.5 


Kingsville . 




181.9 


Listowel. . 




66.4 


London 




180.8 






49.5 


Lynden 




44.1 






64.0 


Merlin . . 




7.8 


Milton 




48.0 






30.3 


Mitchell . 




59.4 


Newmarket 




78.1 


Niagara 




56.5 


Norwich 




58.7 






18.8 


Palmerston 




17.2 






50.1 


Preston 




17.7 









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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939— Concluded 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Ridgetown 


605.3 

372.6 

561.9 

1,107.6 

1,529.0 

1,487.1 
1,028.3 

781.0 
84.3 

609.0 

295.1 
317.1 
232.0 
566.8 
417.0 

235.0 
300.3 

724.5 
384.3 
722.4 

207.6 
1,504.2 

445.7 

88.7 

1,760.2 

1,084.2 
1,064.6 


679.5 

487.9 

700.1 

1,379.4 

1,802.9 

1,602.9 
1,153.0 

945.4 
95.7 

655.3 

266.2 
352.5 
305.6 
698.4 
499.0 

266.0 
340.5 
829.5 
411.9 
894.6 

255.8 

1,675.2 

553.3 

126.1 

1,920.5 

1,165.8 
1,108.9 




74 2 


St. Jacobs 




115 3 


St. Marys 




138 2 


St. Thomas 




271 8 


Saltfleet 




273 9 


Sandwich 




115 8 


Sarnia 




124 7 


Scarboro 




164 4 


Seaforth 




11 4 


Simcoe 




46 3 


Stamford 


28.9 




Stratford 


35 4 


Strathroy 




73 6 


Streetsville 




131 6 


Tavistock 




82 


Thamesville 




31.0 


Tilbury 




40.2 


Tillsonburg 




105 


Wallaceburg 




27.6 


Walsingham 




172.2 


Walton 




48.2 


Waterdown 




171.0 


Waterford 




107.6 


Watford 




37.4 


Welland 




160.3 


Woodbridge 




81.6 


Woodstock 




44.3 









GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

The Georgian Bay system peak load was 13.2 per cent, and the energy 
distributed 10.4 per cent, in excess of last year. The addition of the Ragged 
Rapids plant to the system generating sources provided for the increase in 
system energy requirements and at the same time allowed a decrease in the 
energy transferred from the Niagara system, this transfer being only 45 per 
cent of that in 1938. 

After November 23, following final tests and adjustments, both units 
at Ragged Rapids plant were available for service. 



As a result of the increased generating capacity provided by the new 
generating station at Ragged Rapids, assistance was required from Niagara 
system in November, December, January and June only over peak periods. 
No assistance was required in February, March, April and May, excepting 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



50,000 



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1939 




1938 1 \f 


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1935 IV r^-i 


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1920 .n .J ^ 


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^^ ^ GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 


PEAK LOADS 


THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 

Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


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40.000 



a 6 - — 20.000 



10.000 



for short intervals during line trouble. In July, August, September and 
October assistance was required to supply both peaks and energy, as system 
loads were at their maximum in July and August and certain units were out 
of service in September and October for maintenance. 

Assistance was given the Orillia Water, Light and Power Commission 
to the extent of approximately 32,000 kilowatt-hours between October 14 
and 31. This was required due to low river flows past Orillia plants. 

The only serious interruptions of power service occurred December 27 
when rain and soft snow, followed by a sudden drop in temperature and 
accompanied by extremely high wind, caused violent whipping of transmis- 
sion lines, and customers in Owen Sound area had a series of interruptions 
totalling four to five hours. As a result of this storm the town of Wingham 
also was without power for nearly 24 hours, due to failure of power trans- 
formers in Wingham distributing station. Line patrol and other work inci- 
dental to the restoration of service was made extremely difficult owing to 
the practically impassable condition of snow-blocked roads. 

The automatic reclosing feature placed in service on tie line and radial 
feeder oil switches at Waubaushene and Fergusonvale auto-transformer 
stations during the year has resulted in adding still further to the continuity 
of service. 



20 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



At Eugenia Falls generating station the wooden housing of No. 2 surge 
tank was destroyed by fire April 29, 1939. Repairs were made to the con- 
crete pedestals supporting this tank. The steel tank and supporting columns 
were cleaned off and painted, following which reconstruction of the housing 
was undertaken by the Construction department. 

At Sauble Falls generating station all hydraulic and electrical equipment 
was removed to storage, the old building demolished and the site cleaned up. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1938-1939 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alliston 


330.3 
170.3 
309.0 
3,067.2 
289.5 

113.2 

196.6 

87.3 

181.2 

5.0 

77.6 

574.8 

330.9 

1,694.4 

93.7 

134.0 
218.7 
509.2 
166.2 
64.0 

80.8 

147.2 

1,001.6 

1,135.6 

29.0 

21.8 

1,134.5 

746.6 

27.0 
280.4 

149.0 
188.2 
766.8 
3,131.8 
124.8 

573.3 

39.1 

695.5 

4,380.0 

134.7 


355.7 
183.2 
359.0 
3,931.0 
338.1 

100.4 

202.1 

78.7 

196.2 

5.0 

86.4 

600.3 

367.9 

1,694.2 

82.6 

146.4 
258.5 
398.5 
226.2 
74.3 

89.6 

164.1 

1,037.9 

1,202.9 

32.8 

20.1 

1,255.8 

753.4 

28.0 
270.8 

149.0 
235.5 
622.6 
3,481.7 
135.7 

608.4 

49.3 

781.7 

4,567.8 

145.2 




25 4 


Arthur 




12.9 


Bala 




50.0 


Barrie 




863.8 


Beaverton 




48.6 


Beeton 


12.8 




Bradford . . 


5 5 


Brechin 


8.6 




Cannington 


15.0 


Carlsruhe 






Chatsworth 




8.8 


Chesley 




25.5 


Coldwater 




37.0 


Collingwood 


0.2 
11.1 




Cookstown 




Creemore 


12.4 


Dundalk 




39.8 


Durham 


110.7 




Elmvale 


60.0 


Elmwood 




10.3 


Flesherton 




8.8 


Grand Valley .... .... 




16.9 


Gravenhurst . . .... 




26.3 


Hanover 




67.3 


Hepworth 




3.8 




1.7 




Huntsville. . .... 


121.3 






6.8 


Kirkfield 




1.0 




9.6 




MacTier 




Markdale 




47.3 


Meaford . 


144.2 




Midland. . .' 


349.9 


Mildmay 




10.9 






35.1 


Neustadt. 




10.2 






86.2 


Owen Sound . 




187.8 


Paisley 




10.5 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1938-1939— Concluded 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Penetang 


767.0 
302.0 
454.0 
90.4 
307.7 

16.6 

77.0 

63.3 

248.1 

435.7 

311.6 

81.3 

108.8 

149.6 

30.5 

85.7 
297.0 

75.0 
732.6 
138.7 

320.7 
96.9 

487.2 
88.8 


874.8 
299.0 
506.9 
104.7 
315.5 

10.0 

96.8 

53.6 

262.7 

440.4 

332.5 

95.2 

114.1 

173.3 

40.3 

99.4 
341.7 

87.2 
820.2 
161.9 

463.2 

104.8 

532.2 

93.0 




107.8 


Port Carling 


3.6 




Port Elgin 


52.9 


Port McNicoll 




14.3 


Port Perry 




7.8 


Priceville 


6.6 




Ripley 


19.8 


Rosseau 


9.7 




Shelburne 


14.6 


Southampton 




4.7 


Stayner 




20.9 


Sunderland 




13.9 


Tara 




5.3 


Teeswater 




23.7 


Thornton 




9.8 






13.7 


Uxbridge 




44.7 






12.2 


Walkerton 




87.6 






23.2 






142.5 


Windermere 




7.9 






45.0 


Woodville 




4.2 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alliston 


149.5 
12.0 
391.0 
678.5 
183.2 

639.4 

370.1 

5.0 

96.1 

327.0 

25.7 
100.6 

12.6 

2.5 

123.6 


192.7 
27.5 
554.0 
781.1 
225.9 

677.3 
462.5 
5.0 
106.2 
430.5 

30.7 
110.5 

30.2 

4.5 

146.0 




43.2 


Arthur 




15.5 


Bala 




163.0 


Barrie 




102.6 


Baysville 




42.7 


Beaumaris 




37.9 


Beaverton 




92.4 


Beeton 






Bradford 




10.1 


Bruce 




103.5 


Buckskin 




5.0 


Cannington 




9.9 


Chatsworth 




17.6 


Cookstown 




2.0 


Creemore 




22.4 



22 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939 
— Concluded 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Dundalk 


34.5 
138.5 

53.9 
103.0 
227.8 

5.8 

269.6 

809.6 

34.0 

18.5 

233.2 
55.0 
134.2 
195.7 
420.0 

89.8 


39.1 

117.0 

52.7 

98.5 

257.4 

23.5 

377.3 

944.6 

46.0 

25.0 

271.0 
62.0 
157.9 
255.4 
526.6 

147.0 
24.8 
54.6 
61.4 

167.7 

145.9 
286.6 
128.8 
126.5 
51.6 

18.0 

406.7 

155.7 

26.2 

31.5 

272.6 
169.4 
952.6 
226.6 




4.6 


Elmvale 


21.5 
1.2 

4.5 




Flesherton 




Gravenhurst 




Hawkestone 


29.6 


Holstein 




17.7 


Huntsville 




107.7 


Innisfil 




135.0 


Kirkfield 




12.0 


Lucknow 




6.5 


Mariposa 




37.8 


Markdale 




7.0 


Meaford 




23.7 


Medonte .... 




59.7 


Midland 




106.6 


Minden 




57.2 


Mount Forest 






Neustadt 


8.3 

58.3 

137.8 

134.6 
241.3 

98.4 

115.8 

42.7 

9.0 

326.5 

120.0 

22.3 

16.5 

229.7 
150.7 
742.6 
183.7 




46.3 


Nottawasaga 




3.1 


Orangeville .... 




29.9 


Owen Sound 




11.3 


Port Perry 




45.3 


Ripley 




30.4 


Sauble 




10.7 


Shelburne 




8.9 


South Falls 




9.0 


Sparrow Lake 




80.2 


Tara 




35.7 


Thornton 




3.9 


Tottenham 




15.0 


Utterson 




42.9 


Uxbridge 




18.7 


Wasaga Beach 




210.0 


Wroxeter 




42.9 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



The load on the Eastern Ontario system reflected a slowing down in 
industrial activities during the earlier months of the fiscal year. However, 
beginning with the month of April the primary peak demand showed a 
substantial increase which continued until the end of the calendar year. 
The primary energy demand showed a slight decrease during the months of 
November and December, 1938, and then continued at a slightly less than 
normal rate of increase until the month of September when a substantial 
increase was shown which continued until the end of the calendar year 1939. 
The primary peak, which amounted- to 141,908 horsepower in the month of 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



23 



HORSEPOWER 





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Total Primary and Secondary load «j^ f / 


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HORSEPOWER 



200,000 



100,000 



50,000 



October, 1939, represented an increase of 10.4 per cent over the corresponding 
month of the previous year and exceeded all recorded maxima. The total 
primary energy, which amounted to 495,464,255 kilowatt-hours, represented 
an increase of 3.3 per cent over the previous fiscal year. 

Secondary energy, amounting to a total of 157,132,500 kilowatt-hours, 
was delivered to the steam generator at the Howard Smith Paper Mills at 
Cornwall. Of this amount, 114,800,000 kilowatt-hours were supplied direct 
from Eastern Ontario system generating and purchased sources, and the 
balance by transfer from the Niagara system. Compared with the previous 
year, the total output of secondary energy from all sources represented an 
increase of 4.5 per cent. 

In order to improve local operating conditions and provide increased 
service security to customers in Prince Edward county, a new section of 
44,000- volt line, approximately 4.7 miles in length, was placed in service on 
January 15, thereby providing a direct source of supply to the above cus- 
tomers from Sidney terminal station. 

The newly constructed 44,000-volt line between Sills Island generating 
station near Frankford and Sidney terminal station, together with a new 
3-phase, 3,000-kv-a transformer station, was placed in service on February 19. 

The system power resources, including generating capacity and power 
purchased under contract, were at all times sufficient to meet all primary 
demands. On one occasion, however, as a result of serious damage to the 
44,000-volt line network caused by winds of cyclonic proportions on Sep- 
tember 8, it became necessary to operate the frequency-changer set at Chats 
Falls in order to meet the primary demand of the Central Ontario district. 



24 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



Stream flow conditions on the Trent river were, on the whole, fairly 
satisfactory throughout the year. Rainfall was considerably below normal 
during months of May and June. July average was well above normal, but 
actually the dry period lasted until July 27, the total for the month being 
brought above normal by exceptionally heavy rainfall during the last four 
days. Precipitation remained practically normal during the months of 
August and September, but dropped to approximately 89 per cent of normal 
during the month of October. 

During the year the usual programme of general plant inspection and 
maintenance was carried out. A number of turbines were unwatered and 
inspected, and necessary repairs and adjustments made. The governors in 
the various plants were inspected and adjusted. Several of the forebays 
were unwatered, racks cleaned, sunken debris removed, and the concrete 
carefully inspected. Lightning arresters were overhauled during the winter 
season. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1938-1939 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


229.2 

46.1 

1,005.0 

123.3 
47.3 

5,560.1 
126.4 

2,404.3 
167.6 
369,0 

3,868.6 
258.4 

1,682.2 

283.2 

77.0 

1,749.3 

222.5 

165.5 

85.3 

113.9 

102.8 
171.1 
413.2 
9,816.4 
294.6 

85.8 

53.8 

2,507.5 

204.4 

140.9 


229.8 

55.0 

1,176.1 

119.8 

52.1 

6,172.4 
124.4 

2,622.6 
234.6 
424.7 

3,920.0 
319.5 

1,731.9 

293.4 

75.1 

2,104.4 
229.8 
182.6 
101.0 
155.8 

116.8 
188.8 
423.7 
10,414.3 
319.3 

92.6 

56.8 

2,817.0 

213.8 

151.1 




0.6 


Apple Hill , 




8.9 


Arnprior 




171.1 


Athens 


3.5 




Bath 


4.8 


Belleville 




612.3 


Bloomfield 


2.0 




Bowmanville 


218.3 


Braeside ... 




67.0 


Brighton. ... 




55.7 


Brockville 




51.4 


Cardinal 




61.1 


Carleton Place . . 




49.7 


Chesterville. . 




10.2 


Cobden 


1.9 




Cobourg 


355.1 


Colborne . . 




7.3 


Deseronto 




17.1 


Finch 




15.7 


Frankford 




41.9 


Hastings 




14.0 


Havelock. . 




17.7 


Kemptville 




10.5 


Kingston 




597.9 


Lakefield 




24.7 


Lanark 




6.8 


Lancaster 




3.0 


Lindsay 




309.5 


Madoc 




9.4 


Marmora 




10.2 












1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



25 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES—! 


L938-1939— 


Concluded 


Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Martintown 


40.2 

103.2 

84.4 

244.6 

1,340.5 

42.3 
147.2 
142.1 
129.8 
107.3 

15,803.3 

30,589.4 

1,551.3 

9,783.0 

1,158.8 

1,906.7 

1,053.8 

54.9 

68.8 

2,300.1 

337.8 

3,625.6 

246.2 

86.0 

253.5 

92.5 

1,308.3 

185.6 

331.2 


42.2 

118.0 

97.5 

207.4 

1,311.1 

40.3 
170.3 
171.3 
183.6 

97.2 

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1,572.4 
11.805.4 

1,280.2 

2,145.0 

1,129.4 

73.7 

72.8 

2,426.7 

334.4 

3,976.3 

271.4 

90.5 

254.7 

96.8 

1,355.2 

180.8 

342.1 




2.0 


Maxville 




14.8 


Millbrook 




13.1 


Morrisburg 


37.2 
29.4 

2.0 




Napanee 




Newburg 




Newcastle 


23.1 


Norwood 




29.2 


Omemee 




53.8 


Orono 


10.1 




Oshawa 


779.8 


Ottawa 




754.9 


Perth 




21.1 


Peterborough 




2,022.4 


Picton 




121.4 


Port Hope 




238.3 


Prescott 




75.6 


Richmond 




18.8 


Russell 




4.0 


Smiths Falls 




126.6 


Stirling 

Trenton 


3.4 




350.7 


Tweed 




25.2 


Warkworth 

Wellington 




4.5 
1.2 


Westport 




4.3 


Whitby 




46.9 


Williamsburg 


4.8 




Winchester 


10.9 









EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


82.4 
383.4 
566.5 
118.8 

28.0 

506.1 
48.3 

117.7 
53.0 

417.6 


95.0 
502.5 
606.6 
150.9 

30.0 

584.7 
67.6 

117.8 
78.8 

410.8 




12.6 


Arnprior 




119.1 


Belleville 




40.1 


Bowmanville 




32.1 


Brighton 




2.0 


Brockville 




78.6 


Calabogie 




19.3 


Campbellford 




0.1 


Carleton Place 




25.8 


Chesterville 


6.8 









26 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939 

— Concluded 




Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 


Municipality 


July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Cobourg 


456.4 
173.7 


547.7 
198.0 
20.0 
419.6 
590.9 

44.1 

882.0 

177.6 

56.1 

12.0 

174.2 

486.4 

95.2 

471.7 

1,213.1 

110.7 
64.3 
35.0 

1,447.8 
25.0 

189.8 
799.9 
235.0 
130.0 
357.0 

146.4 
34.0 

229.8 
44.2 

518.4 

132.4 




91 3 


Colborne 




24 3 


Cornwall 






Fenelon Falls 


336.1 
573.7 

40.3 

735.5 

144.5 

9.0 

15.5 

147.8 

383.5 

77.1 

447.2 

1,083.7 

90.5 

64.1 

23.2 

1,261.6 




83 5 


Iroquois 




17 2 


Kemptville 




3 8 


Kingston . 




146 5 


Lakefield . 




33 1 


Madoc 




47 1 


Marmora 


3.5 




Martintown 


26 4 


Maxville 




102 9 


Millbrook 




18 1 


Napanee 




24 5 


Nepean 




129 4 


Newcastle 




20 2 


Norwood 




2 


Omemee 




11.8 


Oshawa 




186.2 


Pembroke 






Perth 


145.0 
792.3 
182.1 
118.0 
312.2 

91.6 

35.0 
162.6 

30.7 
459.7 

97.0 




44.8 


Peterborough 




7.6 


Prescott 




52.9 


Renfrew 




12.0 


Smiths Falls 




44.8 


Stirling 




54.8 


Sulphide 


1.0 




Trenton 


67.2 


Warkworth 




13.5 


Wellington 




58.7 


Williamsburg 




35.4 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



The maximum twenty-minute peak of the primary load on the Thunder 
Bay system was 98,934 horsepower. This is 3.2 per cent greater than in 
1938, and is the highest primary peak in the history of this system. The 
primary energy showed an increase of 2.7 per cent over last year. 

The market for secondary power (used by paper mills for the electrical 
generation of steam) was great enough to utilize more than the remaining 
available generating capacity for the major portion of the time. Arrange- 
ments have, therefore, been in force, similar to those existing in 1938, whereby 
the paper mills under the control of the Abitibi Power and Paper Company 
were permitted to obtain further secondary power from the Kaministiquia 
Power Company, a subsidiary of the Abitibi Power and Paper Company, 
through the Commission's transformers and over the Commission's trans- 
mission circuits. 



1940 



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There has been no restriction of primary power supply to any customer 
and no serious interruption to service. It has been necessary on occasions to 
restrict the secondary load demands of customers for short periods, in order 
to carry the system load with satisfactory frequency and voltage regulation. 
During the latter part of the summer it became apparent the inflow into 
lake Nipigon was below normal, and the system was, therefore, limited to 
an average weekly withdrawal of 8,400 cubic feet per second, which flow 
was fully utilized. This resulted in a slight decrease in the amount of energy 
available for secondary power. 

The generating and transformer stations have all functioned reliably 
throughout the year. During the period March 25 to April 15, number 3 
unit at Alexander generating station was out of service while repairs were 
made to the thrust bearing which had become defective. 

Routine maintenance work on the generator units at Cameron Falls and 
Alexander generating station has been done when the load permitted indi- 
vidual units to be temporarily released from service. 

Service on the 110,000- volt lines to Long Lac transformer station and 
the 44,000-volt lines supplying power to the mines in the Beardmore, Bank- 
field and Little Long Lac areas has been satisfactory, but there have been a 
number of occasions when service has been interrupted due to flashover 
during electrical storms, trees falling over the line and highway blasting 
operations. In some sections the route of the lines has been altered in order 
to provide satisfactory clearance for the new Trans-Canada highway. 

The precipitation of the watershed supplying this system has been 25.0 
inches which is about average for this district. The elevation of lake Nipigon 
on October 31 was 850.94 as compared with 852.04 for the same time last 
year. 



28 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1938-1939 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


Beardmore 


105.0 

13,841.8 

522.8 

176.9 

40,646.2 


131.0 

13,597.8 

551.0 

179.9 

41,481.2 




26.0 


Fort William 


244.0 




Geraldton 


28.2 


Nipigon Township 




3.0 


Port Arthur 




835.0 









THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939 



Rural power district 



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July to Dec, 
1938 



July to Dec, 
1939 



Change in load 



Decrease 



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Thunder Bay*. 
Nipigon 



398.5 



437.9 
5.0 



39.4 



*Amalgamation of Fort William and Port Arthur rural power districts. 

MANITOULIN DISTRICT 

Operating conditions were normal on the Manitoulin district during the 
year. The load trend was upward, due largely to extensions to the rural 
system. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 



Nipissing District 

During the peak load period, November, 1938, to January, 1939, it was 
necessary to transfer power to the district over the tie line from Crystal Falls 
generating station. Owing to lack of precipitation and increasing loads, 
and to conserve available storage water during the latter part of the year, 
energy was transferred to the district from Crystal Falls generating station. 



Sudbury District 

Operating conditions were normal during the year. 

Anticipating future load increases, which will necessitate the operating 
voltage of the Crystal Falls-Coniston line being increased, this line was taken 
out of service during parts of the day during the low-load period, August 1 
to August 15, to re-insulate it for 110,000- volt operation. 



1940 



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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NON-SYSTEM PROPERTIES— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1938-1939 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1938 


July to Dec, 
1939 


Decrease 


Increase 


NlPISSING DISTRICT 

North Bay 


356.3 
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257.3 

120.9 


446.1 
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305.6 

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89.8 


Powassan 




5.5 


Manitoulin district 
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48.3 


Sudbury district 

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203.4 









Abitibi District 



The stream flow at Abitibi Canyon was at all times adequate to generate 
primary and secondary load demands. Two-way radiophone communica- 
tion, which was installed at Timmins transformer station and at Frederick 
House Lake dam to facilitate efficient control of the Frederick House Lake 
storage basin, was placed in service on April 8 and operated satisfactorily 
throughout the remainder of the year. 

The operation of Abitibi Canyon generating station was satisfactory 
throughout the year. Tailrace gates, with a motor-driven handling mechan- 
ism, which were installed during December, have greatly facilitated the 
unwatering of draft tubes for inspection and maintenance purposes. 

During January, fourteen newly completed operators' houses and a new 
recreation hall at Abitibi Canyon were occupied. The new houses replace 
temporary construction dwellings which many of the permanent staff had 
been occupying, and the new recreation hall adds greatly to entertainment 
facilities in this isolated colony. 

All transformer stations operated satisfactorily throughout the year. 

The 1,000-kv-a Bourkes transformer station was permanently removed 
from service in November, the sole mining customer served from this station 
having abandoned operations. 

Service to Ronda Gold Mines was discontinued on October 17 and that 
to Kirkland Gold Rand on June 21. 

A new 1,000-kv-a transformer station at Shiningtree, in which the 
equipment from Bourkes had been utilized, was placed in service on Decem- 
ber 20. 

There were seventeen single-circuit and fourteen double-circuit auto- 
matic outages on the high-tension line between Abitibi Canyon and Copper 
Cliff. Of these, twenty-five were attributed to lightning, three to inter- 



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The fiscal year was marked by the placing in service of three new 44,000- 
volt transmission lines; one transformer station; two distributing stations, 
and the provision of power to five new customers. Since September 4, when 
the 113-mile 44,000- volt transmission line between Uchi lake and Pickle 
lake was placed in service, together with the Crow River transformer station, 
the Patricia and St. Joseph districts have been operated in parallel, and in 
future will be known as Patricia-St. Joseph district. The load of these 
combined districts shows a considerable increase, the maximum yearly 
twenty-minute peak being 32 per cent higher, and the energy generated 
being 29 per cent greater than in the previous year. 



32 



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No. 26 



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On November 28, 1938, operations at the Red Lake Gold Shore Mines 
were recommenced under the control and name of Hasaga Gold Mines. 
The construction of a 44,000-volt wood-pole line, 49 miles long, between 
Ear Falls generating station and Uchi Gold Mines was completed, and this 
customer received power on January 15. The mill at Uchi Gold Mines 
commenced operation in May. Power was supplied to Cochenour-Willians 
Gold Mines on January 19, over a short 44,000-volt tap line, and on July 26 
McMarmac Mines received power at 2,300-volts through the Cochenour- 
Willians Gold Mines station. On August 30, a 44,000-volt transmission line, 
85 miles in length, between Ear Falls generating station and a new distri- 
buting station at Sioux Lookout, was placed in service, supplying power to 
this municipality. A distributing station was also connected to this line at 
Hudson, and power was supplied to this municipality on October 27. The 
Albany River Gold Mines recommenced operations on October 15, under 
the control of the Pickle Crow Gold Mines. 

A five-mile section of 22,000-volt transmission line between Crow River 
transformer station and Pickle Crow Gold Mines was placed in service in 
September, with selective switches at three junctions so that the customers 
could be supplied from this new line or the original line. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



33 



The flow in the English river has been regulated and controlled by 
means of the Lac Seul conservation dam at Ear Falls as required by the 
Lake-of-the- Woods Control Board. 

All electrical and hydraulic equipment at Rat Rapids generating station 
on the Albany river has functioned satisfactorily, routine inspections and 
maintenance only being required. During September and October the Rat 
Rapids generating station was operated at full capacity and at a high load 
factor in order to utilize the high inflow to lake St. Joseph without wastage 
of water. 

The 44,000 and 22,000-volt transmission lines have operated satisfac- 
torily and have been maintained in good condition. Eight new patrol points, 
four of them in very remote country, have been established to take care of 
the new line sections. There were twelve occasions on which outages oc- 
curred on the transmission lines during electrical storms. On two of these 
occasions poles and crossarms were shattered and had to be replaced. A 
forest fire along the right-of-way of the Ear Falls- Uchi line caused damage 
to a few poles and crossarms; the poles were stubbed and the crossarms 
replaced. 

The precipitation in the vicinity of Ear Falls generating station has 
been above average, 26.95 inches being recorded. The elevation of Lac Seul 
on October 31 was 1,170.05 as compared with 1,170.65 at the same date last 
year. The precipitation in the vicinity of Rat Rapids generating station 
was relatively high, a total of 30.41 inches being recorded. The elevation 
of lake St. Joseph on October 31 was 1,226.49 as compared with 1,225.54 
for the same date last year. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES 

NIPISSING DISTRICT 



1938-1939 



Callander. . 
Nipissing. . 
North Bay. 
Powassan. . 



Municipality 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



July to Dec. 
1938 



150.4 

3.0 

4,020.7 

153.2 



July to Dec, 
1939 



161.1 

3.0 

4,228.3 

182.4 



Change in load 



Decrease 



Increase 



10.7 



207.6 
29.2 



SUDBURY DISTRICT 



Capreol . 
Sudbury. 



195.7 
8,230.3 



211.9 
9,150.3 



16.2 
920.0 



ABITIBI 


DISTRICT 








Hislop Townsite 


25.7 


39.1 
111.0 

46.1 
179.6 

41.0 
120.0 




13.4 


Kearns Townsite 






King Kirkland Townsite 


35.5 
137.4 

53.3 
123.7 




10.6 


Matachewan Townsite 




42.2 


Mooretown Townsite 


12.3 
3.7 




Ramore-Matheson Townsite 







PATRICIA-ST. JOSEPH DISTRICT 






Hudson Townsite 




78.7 
289.8 






Sioux Lookout 









2— HE. 



34 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



SECTION III 



MUNICIPAL WORK 



THE Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the municipalities with 
which it has contracts, and assists the municipal officials to purchase, 
construct or extend distribution systems. As provided under The Power 
Commission Act, all rate adjustments are approved by the Commission, 
therefore, a study of the operating conditions of all utilities is made annually 
and adjustments recommended. 

In rural power districts, the Commission on behalf of the township cor- 
porations operates the rural power systems, and distributes electrical energy 
to the customers of the respective corporations in all such rural power districts. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



Under the terms of contracts entered into during the fiscal year 1938 
the Commission took delivery of the following additional amounts of power 
from: 

horsepower 

Gatineau Power Company and Gatineau Transmission Com- 
pany 35,000 

Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company and Coteau 

Rapids Transmission Company Limited 25,000 

Maclaren-Quebec Power Company and The James Maclaren 

Company Limited 20,000 

Total additional power taken 80,000 



General industrial load conditions were affected by the unrest and un- 
certain world conditions and the expected normal load increases of the 
municipal Hydro utilities did not materialize until near the close of the fiscal 
year. As a result, the average load growth for this system was lower than 
the expected load. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 35 

Engineering Assistance to Municipalities 

General engineering assistance was given to nearly all municipalities of 
the Niagara system respecting the operation and management of their local 
Hydro utilities. 

Certain municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance 
respecting matters which are more fully referred to below: 

Ailsa Craig — Plans were prepared for changing the local distribution 
system from 4,000 volts to 8,000 volts. 

Beamsville — The distribution system is being changed from 66% cycles 
to 25 cycles. It is expected the actual work of change-over will be completed 
in 1940. 

Blenheim — A new Hydro building costing $10,000 was completed and 
officially opened April, 1939. 

Brantford — All domestic and commercial consumers supplied from the 
66%-cycle system having had their services changed to 25 cycles, arrange- 
ments are being made to complete the change-over to 25-cycle operation of 
the industrial power customers. This work will be completed early in 1940. 

Chatham — A new substation on Queen street costing $39,500 was 
completed and put in service, thereby adding 1,500 kv-a capacity to the 
local system. 

Dresden — To provide consumers with better facilities for paying their 
accounts, and also to provide space for displaying merchandise, a new office 
was arranged for. 

Dunnville — Additions and improvements to the substation and the 
distributing system were undertaken. The major work included conversion 
from 2,200 volts to 4,000 volts and new switchboard facilities. 

Dutton — A rearrangement of the main distribution feeder was com- 
pleted. 

Embro — A major increase in distribution feeder capacity was made to 
take care of a rapid increase in load. 

Fergus — To improve regulation, a change of distribution voltage from 
2,200 to 4,000 volts was made. 

Forest — At a cost of about $5,000, greater capacity in secondary distri- 
bution lines and transformers is being provided. 

Forest Hill — The 4,000-volt supply from the Toronto system was 
changed to feed into the new substation of the local system. 

Harrow — On February 1, the Hydro office for the town and rural power 
districts of Harrow and Amherstburg, was moved into the new community 
hall. 

La Salle — Arrangements were made for a new storehouse and office 
building. 

London — The Public Utilities Commission installed additional under- 
ground-feeder cable connecting its main substations. Additional substation 
transformer capacity was also installed. 



36 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Lucan — To improve the lighting and appearance of the business section 
of the main street, 26 ornamental street-lighting standards with 300-watt 
lamps were erected. Poles and wires were removed and placed in the rear 
of the buildings. 

Milton — During the year, the local commission arranged for an office 
building on Main street, including storeroom and garage. 

Mitchell — The primary distribution voltage was changed from 1,100 to 
4,000 volts. 

Mount Brydges — Improved street lighting was installed on the main 
street. 

North York Township — A new distributing station with new 4,000- 
volt feeders was established in the southern part of the township. 

Oil Springs — Arrangements were made for a new office building and 
storehouse costing approximately $5,500. This building will accommodate 
the staff of the local system and also the staff of the Oil Springs rural power 
district. 

Parkhill — Extensive changes were made to the distribution system, and 
arrangements have been made to change the voltage from 4,000 to 8,000 
volts. 

Ridgetown — The ornamental street-lighting system in the business sec- 
tion of the town was improved by changes in the ornamental standards to 
give greater mounting height and better light distribution. 

St. Jacobs — A large part of the secondary distribution system is being 
rebuilt. 

St. Marys — An office building, together with combined storeroom and 
garage facilities, were constructed on Wellington street as a much needed 
improvement in the utility accommodation of the local system. 

St. Thomas — A current-carrier control system is being installed at a 
cost of $22,000. This will control 1,700 water heaters, representing a load 
of 800 horsepower and will have capacity to handle double this load. 

Sarnia — Alterations to the No. 1 substation building were completed at 
a cost of $6,100 to provide better facilities for garage, storehouse, etc. 

Streetsville — The local commission arranged for a suitable office build- 
ing. 

Thamesville — Improved street lighting was provided in the business 
section of the town by the replacement of the regular pole-type street lamps 
with ornamental fixtures. 

Thorold — Recommendations were made to the municipality with regard 
to improving the street-lighting system, with special reference to the business 
section. 

Tillsonburg — Arrangements were made to improve substation equip- 
ment and distribution system. 

Wallaceburg — A new brick, one-storey storehouse and garage was com- 
pleted at a cost of $6,600. Several additional street lamps were placed in 
various parts of the town. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 37 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Load increases were recorded on this system during the year in both 
urban municipalities and rural power districts. The increase in the total 
system average load sold over 1938 was 8.6 per cent and the increase in the 
maximum peak established during the year was 13.2 per cent. 

Sixty- three municipalities were served, fifty-nine being partners securing 
power on a cost basis and four system customers. With few exceptions load 
increases occurred in these municipalities. 

The total average load taken by urban municipalities increased by 6.3 
per cent over the previous year. The total average load sold in rural power 
districts increased by approximately 20 per cent over 1938 and load increases 
were recorded in practically all of these rural power districts. 

General engineering advice and assistance was given to all urban munici- 
palities on the Georgian Bay system in connection with the operation of 
local distribution systems. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

The power sold on the Eastern Ontario system continued its normal 
increase during the year 1939 and with few exceptions the load in all rural 
power districts and urban municipalities increased. The total amount of 
power delivered to urban municipalities and rural power districts amounted 
to 108,242 horsepower in 1939, an increase of 7.2 per cent over the 1938 load 
of 101,000 horsepower. 

The Eastern Ontario system is now taking all the power available from 
the Commission's generating stations on the Eastern Ontario system, and is 
also taking all the 60-cycle power provided under the Commission's contract 
with the Gatineau Power Company. For immediate future requirements, 
this system can obtain a supply of power from the Niagara system through 
the frequency changer at Chats Falls. 

General engineering assistance was given to nearly all municipalities on 
the Eastern Ontario system in connection with the operation and manage- 
ment of their local Hydro utilities. Certain municipalities received special 
engineering advice and assistance with regard to matters detailed below: 

Arnprior — The ratepayers on November 24, 1938, voted in favour of 
purchasing the local distribution system and entering into a cost contract 
for a supply of power, to commence on January 1, 1939. 

Belleville — Detailed plans have been prepared for installing high fre- 
quency control of flat-rate water heaters throughout the city. 

Marmora — The distribution system was changed from 2,300 volts to 
4,000 volts. 

Millbrook — On December 1, 1938, the municipality, following a munici- 
pal vote, purchased its distribution system from the Commission and is now 
operating under a cost contract. 



38 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Orono — This police village purchased its distribution system from the 
Commission on November 1, 1938, following a favourable vote, and is now 
operating under a cost contract. 

Pic ton — Poles and wires were removed from the business section of the 
main street and modern street lighting installed. 

Prescott — Plans and specifications were prepared for the installation of 
a new street-lighting system operated by relays. The voltage of the distri- 
bution system is being changed from 2,300 to 4,000 volts. 

Stirling — Increased transformer capacity was installed in the municipal 
station. 

Whitby — All poles and overhead wires were removed from the business 
section of the town and a new underground street-lighting system was 
installed. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The Thunder Bay system comprises the cities of Port Arthur and Fort 
William, the rural districts lying east and west of these cities and the town- 
ship of Nipigon. It also serves the mining area from lake Nipigon eastward 
to Little Long Lac. Approximately one-half of all the power supplied on 
this system is utilized by pulp and paper mills; about one-eighth is utilized 
for operating terminal grain elevators; about one-eighth for the mining 
industry; and about one-quarter by urban and rural consumers. In conse- 
quence of these conditions wide variations in system demands occur from 
year to year, depending upon crop conditions, and the stability of the pulp 
and paper market. 

There was a net increase of about two per cent in the total average load 
sold on the Thunder Bay system during 1939. The municipal load sold 
increased by 7.3 per cent, and the rural load by 34 per cent. The power 
supplied to the mining industry was 26 per cent greater, and the load taken 
by the pulp and paper industry remained at about the same level. 

Engineering assistance and advice relating to the operation of the local 
distribution systems was given to the cities of Fort William and Port Arthur, 
also to Nipigon township. 



NON-SYSTEM PROPERTIES 

Rural Power Districts in Northern Ontario 

During 1939 the Provincial Government, by special legislation, extended 
to the rural power districts of northern Ontario the 50 per cent grant-in-aid 
which applies to the capital cost of primary and secondary distribution lines 
and equipment in the rural power districts of the co-operative systems in 
southern Ontario. This enabled arrangements to be made for supplying 
Hydro service to many rural districts throughout northern Ontario. Public 
meetings were held, information was submitted, and contracts were entered 
into in several areas. Four large rural power districts, each comprising 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 39 

several organized as well as unorganized townships, were formed and it is 
expected that during 1940 several distribution systems will be constructed 
and placed in operation. 

To provide for the rapidly expanding load in the Sudbury rural power 
district a new rural office, with a complete staff and equipment for handling 
rural service exclusively, was established at Sudbury. Information was sup- 
plied to several new rural areas adjacent to the city and a considerable ex- 
pansion in rural service is anticipated. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

The Northern Ontario Properties held and operated by the Commission 
on behalf of the Province serve chiefly mines and mining communities in 
various areas of the Province north of lakes Huron and Superior between the 
Manitoba and Quebec interprovincial boundaries, excluding the area served 
by the Thunder Bay system. At the close of the year power was supplied 
to 38 mining properties, 2 cities, 4 towns, 9 villages, hamlets and mining 
townsites, and 3 rural power districts. 

As in previous years, there was great expansion in load growth in 
Northern Ontario Properties during 1939. The total average load sold was 
approximately 31,000 horsepower greater than for the previous year, repre- 
senting an increase of 24 per cent. 

Nipissing District 

The city of North Bay, the town of Powassan and the village of Callander 
comprise the Nipissing district. Power is supplied from three hydro-electric 
generating plants on the South river with a transmission tie line connection 
to the Crystal Falls development on the Sturgeon river. There was an 
increase of approximately 4 per cent in the total load sold. During the year 
negotiations were conducted with the council of the city of North Bay re- 
garding the sale of the local distribution system to the corporation. 

Sudbury District 

This district serves the city of Sudbury and adjacent areas. Power is 
supplied to the city of Sudbury and the town of Capreol at a fixed rate, also 
to the Sudbury rural power district and for mining and milling operations 
to the Falconbridge and International Nickel mines. The utilization of 
power is divided approximately one-half for municipal and rural, and one- 
half for mining purposes. The Sudbury city peak load recorded an increase 
of 12 per cent, and the Falconbridge Nickel mine increased its 60-cycle peak 
load by 34 per cent. The total average load sold in the district was approxi- 
mately 13.4 per cent greater than in 1938. 

Engineering advice and assistance was given to the local commissions of 
the city of Sudbury and the town of Capreol with respect to the operation of 
their local distribution systems. 

Abitibi District 

The Abitibi district comprises the area served by the Abitibi Canyon 
development and connecting transmission lines. Power is supplied to the 
mining districts of Sudbury, Matachewan, Porcupine, Ramore, Kirkland 



40 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Lake and Larder Lake. The rapid expansion in load growth continued 
throughout 1939 with 28 mines served at the close of the year. The total 
annual average load sold in the district increased by 26 per cent over 1938. 

The various mining properties under contract with the Commission, as 
well as many prospective properties, also mining properties in the develop- 
ment stage were visited periodically during the year for the purpose of 
rendering assistance and giving information with respect to power supply 
problems. 

To provide for power supply to the Denison Nickel mine, which is situ- 
ated in the Abitibi district, power is purchased from the Abitibi Power & 
Paper Company's hydro-electric development at Espanola and transmitted 
to the mine. No changes occurred in this service during the year. 

Service is given in the Abitibi district to four mining townsites at Kearns, 
King Kirkland, Matachewan and Hislop, also to the town of Matheson and 
the village of Ramore. The Kearns mining townsite was added during the 
year and service given to 104 new customers. In all these areas increases 
were recorded, both in the average load sold and in new consumers served. 

Patricia-St. Joseph District 

During the year the Patricia district, served from Ear Falls generating 
station, and the St. Joseph district, served from Rat Rapids generating 
station, were connected by tie transmission lines. The generating and trans- 
mission facilities are now operated in parallel as a co-ordinated system, and 
the two districts will in future be known as the Patricia-St. Joseph district. 

The former Patricia district served the Red Lake and Woman Lake 
mining areas and the St. Joseph district served the Pickle Lake mining area. 
In the Patricia district power was supplied to seven mining properties, also 
to the mining townsite of Red Lake, the hamlet of Hudson and the town of 
Sioux Lookout. The average load sold increased during the year by ap- 
proximately 40 per cent. 

Service was given for the first time to the town of Sioux Lookout and 
the hamlet of Hudson; a distribution system being constructed in the latter 
place and placed in operation during the month of October. The Hudson 
distribution system, together with that at the Red Lake mining townsite, is 
operated by the Commission; the distribution system at Sioux Lookout is 
operated by a local commission. 

In the St. Joseph district two mining properties are served, the Central 
Patricia and Pickle Crow companies. The total average load sold in this 
district increased six per cent. 

All mining properties under contract with the Commission, together 
with mines in the prospective and development stages, were visited on 
various occasions for the purpose of rendering advice and engineering assist- 
ance in connection with power supply problems. Investigations and studies 
were made concerning service to the Central Patricia townsite, now partially 
served by the Central Patricia mine, with a view to supplying more complete 
service in this area. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 41 



RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
IN ONTARIO 



AGRICULTURE, including stock-raising and horticulture, is the chief single 
. industry of the Canadian people, employing over one-third of the gainfully- 
occupied males. In addition, it provides the raw material for many Canadian 
manufactures, and its products in raw and manufactured form constitute a 
very large percentage of Canadian exports. The Province of Ontario, while 
highly industrialized within its urban centres, also occupies a very prominent 
position in the agricultural development of Canada. As an example — the 
current value of farm capital in Ontario (including lands and buildings, 
implements and machinery, live stock) is approximately 29 per cent of the 
corresponding figure for the whole of Canada. 

The land area of the Province of Ontario extends over a vast area of 
363,282 square miles, of which 35,689 square miles are occupied for agricul- 
ture. The total rural population in the area served by The Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario, or in adjacent areas within transmission dis- 
tance of the Commission's power supply is approximately 1,100,000. 

During the past year the mileage of rural line extensions approved for 
construction in rural power districts in Ontario was 2,364. In all, 13,235 
consumers were added. The aggregate load supplied to all rural Hydro 
consumers in the Province amounted to 61,634 horsepower, an increase of 
15.5 per cent over 1938. 

Census data indicate that there are approximately 200,000 farms in 
Ontario, varying from one acre to six hundred acres or larger. It would be 
erroneous, however, to conclude that hydro-electric service will eventually 
extend to such a number of farms. Approximately ten per cent of these 
are very small, and service to them, if available, is supplied by the Commis- 
sion under rates applicable to non-farm classes. There are also large numbers 
of farms jointly owned and tenanted, some having no residential buildings 
on them, and there are also a large number situated in remote districts out 
of reach of Hydro lines and stations. 

During the period that the regulations respecting service to rural con- 
sumers required a minimum of three farm contracts per mile of primary line 
the Commission made surveys in various parts of the Province and estimated 
that approximately 75,000 standard or large farms would comprise the 



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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



probable ultimate total of farms that could be served on this basis. Since 
that time new regulations have been made permitting service on the basis 
of two farms per mile, which necessarily has increased the number of addi- 
tional farms that may be served. 

For the next year it is anticipated that the miles of primary line con- 
structed will approximate the number constructed during the past few years. 
As the lines extend into the more remote districts, however, the average 
number of farms that can be served per mile of line and the number of 
farms remaining to be served will become smaller, and therefore the mileage 
of rural lines constructed each year will decrease. 

There are 184 operating rural power districts, and power is delivered to 
approximately 113,000 rural consumers, comprising farms and dwellings in 
various groups. The consumers are situated in 419 townships and 111 police 
villages, and are served over a network of rural primary lines which aggregate 
18,166 miles. In addition to the 419 townships served by rural power dis- 
tricts, 10 townships are served jointly by rural power districts and voted 
areas. 

Recent estimates of the major electrical appliances used in rural power 
districts are set out in the following table: 



ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES IN USE IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
Data for all systems for the year 1938 



On the farm 


In the farm home 


Item 


Number 

of 
appliances 


Percentage 

of 
saturation 


Item 


Number 

of 
appliances 


Percentage 

of 
saturation 


Motor 


7,650 

6,125 

2,488 

1,317 

800 

3,070 

496 

537 

469 

35 

84 

47 

467 


16.7 

13.3 

5.4 

2.9 

1.7 

6.7 

1.1 

1.2 

1.0 

.1 

.2 

.1 

1.0 


Range 

Hot plate 


7,899 

9,977 

26,241 

6,175 

1,821 

913 

344 

4,153 

506 

35,141 

5,428 

23,543 

32,224 

742 

6,977 

1,518 


17.2 


Pump 


21.7 


Grain grinder 


Washer 

Vacuum cleaner 

Water heater, flat rate . 
Water heater, metered . 

Grate 

Portable air heater .... 

Ironer 

Hand iron 

Refrigerator 

Toaster 

Radio 

Furnace blower 

Pump 

Miscellaneous 


57.2 


Milking machine 

Milk cooler 


13.5 
4.0 


Cream separator 

Churn 


2.0 

.7 


Incubator 

Brooder 

Hotbed 


9.1 

1.1 

76.6 


Water heater, flat rate. . 
Water heater, metered.. 
Miscellaneous 


11.8 
51.4 
70.3 

1.6 
15.2 

3.3 



The following table is also of interest when a comparison is made be- 
tween rural and urban use: 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



43 



ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES IN USE IN HOMES OF URBAN AND RURAL 

CONSUMERS— 1938 





R.P.D. 


hamlet 


R.P.D 


. farm 


Urban 


Electrical 
appliance 


No. of 
appli- 
ances 


Percent- 
age of 
satura- 
tion 


No. of 
appli- 
ances 


Percent- 
age of 
satura- 
tion 


No. of 
appli- 
ances 


Percent- 
age of 
satura- 
tion 


Range 


5,944 

11,095 

21,337 

6,393 

1,561 

956 

400 

3,594 

593 

34,230 

5,723 

23.639 

32,677 

822 


12.5 
23.4 

44.9 

13.4 

3.3 

2.0 

0.8 

7.6 

1.2 

72.1 

12.1 

49.7 

68.8 

1.7 


7,899 

9,977 

26,241 

6,175 

1,821 

913 

344 

4,153 

506 

35,141 

5,428 

23,543 

32,224 

742 


17.2 

21.7 

57.2 

13.5 

4.0 

2.0 

0.7 

9.1 

1.1 

76.6 

11.8 

51.4 

70.3 

1.6 


149,390 
91,556 

258,792 

169,880 
53,355 
48,761 
36,985 

156,841 
13,329 

504,257 
94,376 

313,873 

402,837 
26,482 
49,582 


29.6 


Hot plate 


18.1 


Washer 

Vacuum cleaner 

Water heater, flat rate.. . 
Water heater, metered.. . 
Grate 


51.2 

33.6 

10.6 

9.7 

7.3 


Air heater 


31.1 


Ironer 

Iron 


2.6 

99.8 


Refrigerator 

Toaster 


18.7 
62.1 


Radio 


79.7 


Furnace blower 


5.2 


Grill 


9.8 


Pump 

Air conditioner 


5,423 


11.4 


6,977 


15.2 




3,322 


0.7 


Miscellaneous 


1.927 


4.1 


1,518 


3.3 












RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
An electrical incubator on an Ontario farm. Egg capacity 5,800 



44 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



Standard Number of Consumers per Mile 

Effective May 1, 1938, the Commission received authority by Order-in- 
Council to construct rural primary lines on a basis of two farms per mile 
under existing rates. This new basis does not include service to summer 
cottages, which remains on the previous basis of three farms per mile. The 
standard number of consumers required per mile varies according to the 
class of service rendered. For this purpose a unit rating is allocated to each 
class of consumer. A total of ten units per mile made up by various classes 
of consumers is required before construction work is undertaken. 

The following table indicates the number of units for each class of 
service : 





Service 


Units per class applicable to 
number per mile — May 1, 1938 


Class of 
consumer 


A— Regular rural 
consumers 


B — Summer cottage 
consumers 




Units per 
contract 


Contracts 
per mile 


Units per 
contract 


Contracts 
per mile 


IB 


Hamlet lighting 


2.25 
3.75 
1.90 
3.50 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


4.4 
2.7 
5.3 
2.9 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 


1.50 
2.50 
1.25 
2.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 


6.7 


1C 


Hamlet lighting (range) 


4.0 


2A 


House lighting 


8.0 


2B 

3 

4 

5 

6A 

6B 

7A 

7B 


Small farm service (50 acres or less) . 
Light farm service (over 50 acres) . . . 
Medium farm service (single-phase) . 
Medium farm service (three-phase) . . 
Heavy farm service (single-phase) . . . 
Heavy farm service (three-phase) . . . 
Special farm service (single-phase).. . 
Special farm service (three-phase) . . . 


4.3 
3.0 
3.0 
3.0 
3.0 
3.0 
3.0 
3.0 



Maximum Consumption Charge 

The Commission has found that the maximum economic limit of the 
first domestic use throughout the rural power districts of the Province is 
6 cents per kilowatt-hour. In all rural power districts, the first consumption 
rate is fixed at a maximum of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour. The second rate 
has a maximum of 2 cents per kilowatt-hour which applies to all districts. 



Low Third Consumption Rate for Long-Hour Users 

In 1934 the Commission made available for rural consumers a special 
energy rate for long-hour users of power. This low rate particularly 
affects under-earth heating (hot-beds) and heating of water. Where 
the extra use of energy may be obtained from the present equipment, a third 
follow-up rate per kilowatt-hour of 0.75 cents gross is given in all districts. 
The first rate remains unchanged, except that as pointed out above it is 
subject to a maximum of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour, and the kilowatt-hours 
to be charged at the first rate remain unchanged. The number of kilowatt- 
hours to be charged at the second rate varies both with the class of service 
and the first kilowatt-hour rate. At the head of the table of rural rates at 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



45 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Modern chopper and milker installed in barn on Ontario farm 

the end of this section is a schedule which shows the class of service, the 
number of kilowatt-hours per month to be charged for at the first rate, and 
the number of kilowatt-hours at the second rate according to the governing 
first rate. 

Average Cost to Rural Consumers Decreasing 

The remarkable benefits obtained by rural communities in regard to 
the amount charged to them during the period 1928 to 1938 is indicated in 
the following tables: 

HAMLET AND HOUSE LIGHTING SERVICE 
Classes IB, 1C and 2A 















Average 




Annual 


Kilowatt- 


Number of 


Average 


Average 


monthly 


Year 


revenue 


hours 


consumers 


revenue 


monthly 


consump- 






consumed 


billed* 


per kw-hr. 


bill 


tion, kw-hr. 


1928 


$ 530,407.00 


10,702,031 


17,585 


4.95c 


$2.51 


50.7 


1929 


663,311.00 


14,424,770 


21,219 


4.60 


2.85 


62.0 


1930 


757,558.00 


17,815,987 


25,013 


4.25 


2.73 


64.2 


1931 


974,224.17 


22,127,474 


31,176 


4.40 


2.88 


65.6 


1932 


1,075,081.03 


24,654,386 


33,638 


4.36 


2.76 


63.3 


1933 


1,133,368.70 


25,410,470 


35,941 


4.46 


2.70 


60.1 


1934 


1,149,876.67 


27,768,460 


37,466 


4.14 


2.61 


63.0 


1935 


1,171,873.28 


30,802,290 


39,751 


3.80 


2.53 


66.5 


1936 


1,239,010.83 


35,666,241 


43,014 


3.47 


2.49 


71.8 


1937 


1,331,919.46 


40,935,040 


46,785 


3.25 


2.47 


76.0 


1938 


1,439,681.39 


47,612,820 


52,514 


3.02 


2.42 


79.9 



*See next page. 



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FARM SERVICE 
Classes 2B, 3, 4, 5, 6A, 6B, 7A and 7B 















Average 




Annual 


Kilowatt- 


Number of 


Average 


Average 


monthly 


Year 


revenue 


hours 


consumers 


revenue 


monthly- 


consump- 






consumed 


billed* 


per kw-hr. 


bill 


tion, kw-hr. 


1928 


$ 569,007.00 


10,969,828 


9,309 


5.18c 


$4.97 


96.1 


1929 


777,736.00 


16,022,842 


12,605 


4.85 


5.85 


120.8 


1930 


863,805.00 


20,507,063 


16,011 


4.21 


5.03 


119.4 


1931 


1,128,554.28 


25,716,141 


20,796 


4.39 


5.11 


116.4 


1932 


1,255,482.13 


28,675,400 


22,432 


4.38 


4.84 


110.5 


1933 


1,309,122.96 


30,062,194 


23,283 


4.35 


4.75 


109.2 


1934 


1,319,922.69 


33,312,314 


23,882 


3.96 


4.66 


117.7 


1935 


1,343,222.39 


37,667,453 


25,357 


3.57 


4.55 


127.5 


1936 


1,385,784.39 


45,447,669 


28,198 


3.05 


4.31 


141.4 


1937 


1,366,484.50 


54,858,240 


35,508 


2.49 


3.57 


143.5 


1938 


1,711,788.81 


67,886,882 


44,564 


2.52 


3.56 


141.3 



*It may be observed that the number of consumers reported here does not agree with those 
shown in other sections of the Annual Report of the Commission. This is due to the fact that 
the figures given here represent consumers actually billed, whereas elsewhere in the Report the 
tables show the number of contracts executed to the end of the fiscal year. In many cases 
service is not given until the following year. 



Rural Loans 

Under The Rural Power District Loans Act, 1930, authority was given 
to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario to finance the installa- 
tion of wiring and the purchase of specified electrical equipment by rural 
farm consumers. 

To October 31, 1939, 2,093 applications have been received and of these 
1,525 loans have been completed. As all applications for loans are governed 
by regulations made subject to the provisions of the Act it will be seen from 
the above that quite a number fail to meet the requirements of these regula- 
tions. 

To October 31, 1939, 595 loans had been repaid in full either through the 
maturing of the loan or because of the improved financial position of the 
borrower. 

During the fiscal year ending October 31, 1939, there were received 356 
applications which with the 41 carried over from the previous year were 
disposed of as follows: — 

Loans completed 296 

Withdrawn 10 

Did not meet requirements 31 

Cheques issued but refused by applicants and cancelled 2 

Not approved 10 

Approved waiting final papers 26 

In process 22 

Total 397 



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47 



SUMMARY OF LOANS MADE TO OCTOBER 31, 1939 



Fiscal year 
ended Oct. 31 


Applications 
received 


Loans 

consummated 


Amount of 
loans 


1931 

1932 

1933 


126 
226 
144 
107 
235 
307 
230 
321 
356 


74 
187 
111 

81 
169 
212 
155 
240 
296 


$ 
23,542 
40,160 
20,975 


1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 


14,855 
32,450 
40,550 
29,615 
47,265 


1939 


61,445 


Total 


2,052 


1,525 


310,857 



LOANS GRANTED TO CONSUMERS IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



System 


Total to Oct. 31, 
1938 


Nov. 
Oct. 


1, 1938, to 
31, 1939 


Total to Oct. 31, 
1939 




No. 


Amount 


No. 


Amount 


No. 


Amount 


Niagara 


1,023 

147 

53 

1 

5 


$ 

199,075 

36,657 

12,285 

335 

1,060 


223 

55 

15 

2 

1 


$ 

44,855 

12,540 

3,385 

435 

230 


1,246 

202 

68 

3 

6 


$ 
243,930 


Georgian Bay 


49,197 


Eastern Ontario 


15,670 


Thunder Bay 


770 


Manitoulin R.P.D 


1,290 


All systems 


1,229 


249,412 


296 


61,445 


1,525 


310,857 







Average loan for 1938, $196.94; for 1939, $207.58. Average for all loans, $203.84. 



DETAILS OF RURAL LOANS GRANTED TO OCTOBER 31, 1939 



Items applied for 

(including installation) 

in loans which 


Totals for 1,229 loans 

made to 

Oct. 31, 1938 


Totals for 296 loans 

made during year 

to October 31, 1939 


Totals for 1,525 loans 

made to 

October 31, 1939 


have been made 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Service 


434 

434 

412 

50 

667 

103 

23 

40 

56 

1 

1 


$ c. 

22,918.36 

37,014.51 

31,045.63 

5,171.96 

131,789.97 

14,521.05 

6,393.15 

4,106.95 

12,335.78 

165.00 

80.00 


89 
92 
84 

3 

145 

26 

10 

6 
25 

1 

1 


$ c. 
5,064.73 
6,937.11 
6,577.41 

156.00 

32,805.00 

4,384.21 

3,250.00 

598.90 
5,746.39 

160.00 

100.00 


523 

526 

496 

53 

812 

129 

33 

46 

81 

2 

2 


$ c. 
27,983.09 


House wiring 


43.951.62 


Building wiring 


37,623.04 


Motors 


5,327.96 


Grain grinders 


164,594 97 


Pumping systems 


18,905 26 


Milking machines 


9,643 15 


Washing machines 


4,705 85 


Milk coolers 


18,082.17 


Ranges 


325.00 


Cream seperators 


180.00 






Totals 




265,542.36 




65,779.75 




331,322 11 









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No. 26 



Respecting the 1,525 loans made to October 31, 1939, the following 
table shows the number of loans made for each term of years: 



One year term 26 

Two " " 73 

Three " " 287 

Four " « 83 

Five " " 920 



Six year term 10 

Seven " " 79 

Eight " " 9 

Nine " u 

Ten " " 38 



During the past four years there have been no loans made for periods 
longer than five years. 






RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION DURING 

THE YEAR 1939 



System 


Miles of 

primary 

line 


Net increase in 
number of consumers 


Power 
supplied 

in 

October, 

1939 


Capital approved for 
extensions 




Ham- 
let 


Farm, 
etc. 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 


936.86 

536.99 

765.24 

90.89 

34.26 


1,779 

1.063 

1,386 

53 

887 


4,084 

1,502 

2,193 

224 

64 


5,863 
2,565 
3,579 

277 

951 


h.p. 
50,005 

6,078 

11,170 

391 

789 


$ c. 

2,380,526.00 

1,105,143.00 

1,598,200.00 

186,816.00 

115,183.00 


$ c. 
1,190,263.00 


Georgian Bay 

Eastern Ontario 

Thunder Bay 


547,203.00 

799,100.00 

93,408.00 


Northern Ontario R.P. 
districts 


57,591.50 






Totals 


2,364.24 


5,168 


8,067 


13,235 


68,433 


5,385,868.00 


2,687,565.50 







SUMMARY OF RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS 



As Approved by the Commission from June 1, 1921, to October 31, 1939, 
Constructed or Under Construction 





Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Capital approved for extensions 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm, 
etc. 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 


10,964.47 

2,689.81 

4,141.84 

217.12 

153.26 


30,092 

9,060 

11,389 

326 

1,658 


41,308 

6,757 

11,755 

565 

247 


71,400 

15,817 

23,144 

891 

1,905 


$ c. 

25,663,772.89 

5,762,897.95 

9,240,932.31 

443,057.00 

411,305.00 


$ c. 
12,808,606.44 


Georgian Bay 

Eastern Ontario 

Thunder Bay 


2,809,729.49 

4,620,466.15 

221,528.50 


Northern Ontario R.P. 
districts 


205,652.50 






Totals 


*18,166.50 


52,525 


60,632 


113,157 


41,521,965.15 


20,665,983.08 







*This total includes 460.25 miles of primary line under construction on October 31, 1939, 
and service to 1,626 new consumers was not completed until after the end of the fiscal year. 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



51 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES FOR RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

When contracts between the consumer and the township have been 
executed, users of power in townships are supplied with electric service under 
general classes, according to the requirements and conditions of the individual 
consumer, as follows: 



Class 



Service 



Class 
demand 
kilowatts 



Phase 


Volts 


1 


110 


1 


220-110 


1 


110 


1 


220-110 


1 


220-110 


1 


220-110 


3 


220-110 


1 


220-110 


land 3 


220-110 


1 


220-110 


1 and 3 


220-110 



Fuse rating 

amperes 
(maximum) 



IB 

1C 

2A 

2B 

3 

4 

5 

6A 

6B 

7A 

7B 



Hamlet Lighting 

House Lighting 

Small Farm Service . . 
Light Farm Service. 

Medium Farm Service 

a a a 

Heavy Farm Service. . 

u u u 

Special Farm Service . 



1.32 

2 

1.32 

2 

3 

5 

5 

9 

9 
15 
15 



20 

35 

20 

35 

35 

50 

35 
100 

60 
According to load 
According to load 



Class 1 : Hamlet Service — Includes service to consumers (other than farm and power users) 
in hamlets, where four or more consumers are served from one transformer. Service is given 
under two sub-classes as follows: 

Class 1-B: Service to residences or stores, including use of portable appliances, and 
permanently installed appliances not exceeding 1,320 watts. 

Class 1-C: Service to residences or stores with electric range or ordinary permanently 
installed appliances greater than 1,320 watts. Where a combination of residence and 
store can be supplied from one service, the combination is billed as a single Class 1-C 
consumer. Special or unusual loads will be treated specially. 

Class 2- A: House Lighting — Includes service to all consumers other than farm and power 
users that cannot be grouped as in Class 1. 

Class 2-B: Farm Service, Small — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors not exceeding 2 horsepower 
and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously, on a farm of fifty acres or less. 

Class 3: Farm Service, Light — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power 
for miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors not exceeding 
3 horsepower and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 4: Farm Service, Medium Single-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, 
power for miscellaneous small equipment, and power for single-phase motors up to 5-horsepower 
demand and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 5 : Farm Service, Medium 3-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, 
power for miscellaneous small equipment and power for 3-phase motors up to 5-horsepower 
demand and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 6: Farm Service, Heavy — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment and power for motors up to 5-horsepower demand and an electric 
range, or 10-horsepower demand without an electric range. Single- or three-phase service will 
be given at the discretion of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

Class 7: Farm Service, Special — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors from 10- to 20-horsepower demand 
and electric range. Single- or three-phase service will be given at the discretion of The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 



Note: Classes 2B to 7B are designed primarily to cover the service requirements of farmers. 
Consumers other than farmers who require a more comprehensive service with greater demand 
than is provided for in classes IB, 1C and 2A may obtain this service upon payment of the speci- 
fied service charge listed in the table of rates. 

Note: Class 2B is the service usually supplied to farms of fifty acres or less and Class 3 is 
the service usually supplied to larger farms. More than 90 per cent of new contracts for farm 
service are in one or other of these classes. 



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SECTION IV 



SALES PROMOTION 



DURING the first two decades of its existence, the Hydro enterprise ex- 
perienced a continuous and rapid growth. This growth was influenced by a 
succession of stimulating causes, culminating in the economic boom of the 
late twenties. Except for one or two circumstances, however, the remarakble 
growth of Hydro service during these decades was no isolated phenomenon. 
Over the world, in industry and in the home, electricity was becoming recog- 
nized as the most efficient servant of mankind. But to this natural advantage 
of electricity the publicly-owned Hydro enterprise, assisted by low-cost 
hydro-electric power, added the attractive feature of low rates which, being 
based upon service at cost, were inherently promotional in form. As a 
result, Ontario has always been among the leaders in the per capita use of 
electricity. 

The chief problem of the Commission during the first twenty years of 
its existence was that of providing sufficient power to meet the ever-pressing 
demand. The product which Hydro had to deliver virtually sold itself and, 
it will be recalled, during the later years of the last war, restrictions had to 
be imposed upon the consumption of electricity. The economic depression 
ended this period of rapid growth, and since 1930 the Commission has had 
ample supplies of power to meet anticipated load growth. 

In recent years, therefore, the Commission has been able to urge upon 
the municipalities and the citizens of Ontario the adoption of a more aggressive 
sales policy which, by inducing a fuller use of Hydro service, would result in 
further raising the already relatively high standard of living in Ontario. In 
accordance with this policy, the Commission during 1939 enlarged its sales 
promotional activities, and in connection therewith organized a new Sales 
Promotion department. 

Plans formulated in connection with sales promotion efforts provided for 
an organization which would be able to work directly in co-operation with the 
municipal Hydro systems and other sections of the electrical industry, and 
for a reasonably comprehensive advertising programme. During the fiscal 
year the department operated under a budget approved by the Commission 
in November, 1938, and the amount expended was well within the amount 
allocated. 

The results of the first year's work have, it is believed, been satisfactory, 
and while it is difficult, and in many cases impossible, to evaluate with any 



60 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

degree of statistical accuracy the results of the work undertaken, it may be 
stated that quite definite value was received for the expenditures made. 
Moreover, it must be remembered that the benefits achieved in one year to 
a very large extent repeat themselves during the following years. 

Advertising 

The Commission's advertising programme was divided into four principal 
sections: institutional, domestic, rural, and commercial and industrial. 

Coupled with the institutional advertising programme was a Radio 
programme which was broadcast for thirteen weeks, during the period from 
February to April. The Commission has evidence that the programme was 
well received, and had a direct benefit in building up public consciousness of 
the value of electrical service. The remainder of the institutional programme 
was devoted to advertising carried in a group of financial and executive 
magazines, and there are indications that this advertising did much to foster 
a better understanding of Hydro, and a more friendly feeling towards it. 

The domestic advertising programme was mainly concentrated in the 
daily newspapers of the Province. It was designed to support the efforts of 
municipal utilities in connection with a series of electric demonstration weeks 
which were held in the spring and early summer seasons. Although it is 
difficult to evaluate the benefits of this advertising, it is known that during 
the course of the year there was in Ontario a substantial increase in purchases 
of electrical household equipment as compared with previous years. 

One of the most effective and worth-while advertising campaigns under- 
taken during the year was that carried in farm papers. Rural power district 
superintendents and electrical manufacturers indicate that this programme 
was most beneficial, and was responsible for a large increase in electrical 
farm applications. 

Commercial and industrial advertising, carried in trade and business 
magazines, was directed mainly at the retail stores of the Province, and dealt 
principally with the question of better lighting. This advertising, which is 
relatively low in cost, supported the field operations in commercial lighting, 
and was quite helpful. 

Some idea of the coverage of the advertising programme may be gained 
by multiplying the circulation of the publications used by the number of 
advertisements. Adding to this total, about 600,000 listeners to the radio 
programmes, it is estimated that about 9,400,000 "messages" were conveyed 
to the public of Ontario during the year. 

Bulletins Published 

Coupled with the space advertising, a number of booklets for the general 
use of the municipal Hydro utilities and rural power districts were issued. 
Some of these booklets, dealing with various applications of the use of electric- 
ity, were for distribution to the consumer. Others were for the purpose of 
stimulating the individual Hydro utility to carry out greater promotional 
effort in its local area. 

The chief booklets issued were: a 20-page booklet, "Hydro 1939 Range 
Campaign", designed to stimulate municipal effort and to provide advertising 
material for use by Hydro utilities; a 20-page booklet, "Electric Demonstra- 



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Representative group of booklets and advertisements used in sales promotion work 

during 1939 



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tion Week", issued to advise municipal Hydro systems of this campaign and 
provide information for successful operation; a 22-page booklet, ' 'Hydro 
Water Heater Manual", designed to stimulate municipal effort on water 
heaters and to provide advertising material for use in this connection; a 20- 
page booklet, "39 Steps To Better Business", issued to promote better light- 
ing for commercial use; and "Hydro On The Farm", a 14-page booklet to 
encourage the use of Hydro service by the rural consumer. 

Smaller bulletins were issued to stimulate sales effort by industry in the 
rural field and to provide advertising material in connection with Hydro 
lamp sales promotion. In addition, a number of leaflets on ranges, water 
heaters and appliances were published and distributed by the local Hydro 
utilities with lighting bills or in other ways. 

Domestic Promotion 

During the year, sales promotion field men have worked actively in 
nearly all of the Hydro municipalities in the Niagara, Georgian Bay and 
Eastern Ontario systems. Each municipal utility was encouraged, with 
considerable success, to carry out increased promotion of its domestic load. 
At the end of the fiscal year 1938, only 124 Hydro utilities were active in the 
promotion of electric range load. Of this number 88 were providing free 
range service wiring, and 36 were providing such wiring in part. At the end 
of the 1939 fiscal year, 180 Hydro utilities (an increase of 56) were providing 
such service, 115 of them giving completely free range service wiring, and the 
other 65 giving it in part. In addition, a large number of the municipal 
utilities have undertaken to finance electric ranges on an equitable basis, not 
only through their own Hydro shops, but also for the dealers in the community. 
In so far as the range campaign is concerned, the estimated number of 
electric ranges installed in Ontario during the year is some twenty per cent 
greater than during the previous year. 

Many of the municipal utilities are also assisting the local electrical in- 
dustry by co-operating in advertising programmes, and by joining with the 
dealers in endeavouring to build up the domestic appliance load. As a result 
of the domestic promotion work, it is estimated that domestic consumption 
of the municipal Hydro systems has increased by some 6,500,000 kilowatt- 
hours, or more during the year, over and above the normally expected load 
growth without additional promotion work. 

Rural Promotion 

In addition to the advertising programme carried out for the benefit of 
the rural sections, direct field promotion work was successfully carried for- 
ward by means of the Rural Travel Shop. This Travel Shop consisted of a 
large demonstration trailer completely equipped with electrical appliances. 
It visited most of the rural power districts, and gave demonstrations at many 
of the Fall fairs, covering 3,460 miles and visiting 65 towns. At 114 demon- 
strations and cooking schools there was an aggregate attendance of more than 
27,000 people. Nearly 60,000 visitors at Fall fairs inspected the Rural 
Travel Shop and much enthusiasm was evoked by the displays and demon- 
strations. 

It is estimated that the operation of the Travel Shop increased rural 
consumption of electrical energy by some 1,000,000 kilowatt-hours. A 
further indication of its value is that a greater number of ranges than in any 
previous years were financed by the Commission on the farms of Ontario. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 63 

Commercial and Industrial Promotion 

Previous to the formation of this department, commercial lighting pro- 
motion had been started throughout the Province. During the year, this 
work was enlarged. Six lighting engineers, working on behalf of the municipal 
Hydro systems, made lighting surveys in individual businesses, and presented 
reports which have largely been acted upon. About 250 retail stores com- 
prised about 41 per cent of the recommendations made, and 182 schools an 
added 30 per cent. This work has resulted in a worth-while increase in lighting 
load and in kilowatt-hour consumption. The estimated increased annual 
consumption by commercial lighting consumers aggregates about 8,500,000 
kilowatt-hours. 

Comparatively little work was carried out in the early months of the year 
in connection with industrial plants, but since the commencement of the War, 
every effort has been directed toward serving industry, and field work pro- 
moting more efficient lighting in manufacturing plants is being zealously 
carried forward. Undoubtedly, this effort will contribute towards increased 
production for War service. 

A small group of industrial engineers working in the department carried 
out surveys of various plants. Reports were submitted to these plants, 
recommending changes which will improve their operating conditions and 
incidentally increase their loads. 

During 1940, an effort will be made to increase the applications of elec- 
tricity to industrial operations, and to maintain the use of electricity at the 
most economical and effective level. Special attention will be paid to those 
plants manufacturing war equipment. 

Sales of Lamps and Equipment 

The sale of miscellaneous supplies and equipment including water heater 
equipment to the municipal Hydro systems has amounted during the course 
of the year, to a total of $233,776. In addition to these sales of miscellaneous 
equipment, the distribution of Hydro lamps to the municipal systems has 
substantially increased. In 1939, there were a total of 912,147 lamp units 
handled, as compared with 693,832 in 1938 — an increase of 32 per cent. 

General Conclusions 

From information gathered from all sections of the electrical industry, it 
is believed that the results obtained by the sales promotion activities of the 
Commission during 1939 were of substantial value. The efforts put forth in 
1939 and the training and organization of the Sales Promotion staff will have 
a cumulative beneficial effect upon future operations. 

In the course of this survey some estimates of the added kilowatt-hour 
consumption attributable to the sales promotion efforts have been given. 
The grand total of this increased annual consumption is about 16,900,000 
kilowatt-hours, representing a continuing annual increase in revenue to the 
municipal Hydro systems of some $260,000. 

During the coming year the sales promotion efforts of the Commission 
will be modified and co-ordinated with other activities in order to ensure that 
Hydro service gives the maximum possible help to the war efforts of Ontario, 
particularly in the efficient manufacture of war supplies and in maintaining 
agricultural production. 



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SECTION V 



HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 



DURING 1939 increasing power demands made it necessary to devote 
time and attention on all systems to hydraulic engineering studies and 
estimates of costs, relating mainly to future construction of additional gener- 
ating capacity. 

In active construction the Hydraulic department was concerned chiefly 
with the extension to the Ear Falls generating station by the installation of 
the third unit. Attention was also given to the design and installation of 
various protective works intended to further safeguard the Commission's 
power plants. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 



At the present time the DeCew Falls development is the chief source of 
supply of power to the 66%-cycle division of the Niagara system. Growth in 
load on this division made it necessary to provide additional pondage at 
DeCew Falls, which was done by raising the normal high-water level in the 
reservoirs from elevation 554.5 to elevation 555.5. To provide sufficient 
freeboard for this higher water level, it was decided to raise portions of the 
earth dykes and to build other temporary works. This work is proceeding. 

A timber bridge, crossing a small channel in the reservoir, was dismantled 
and replaced by an earth and rock fill. 

Further studies and cost estimates were made to determine the feasibility 
of rebuilding the present DeCew Falls plant to operate as a peak-load plant 
on the Niagara 25-cycle system. 

At the Queenston development certain betterments were carried out. 
Changes were made to the sump pumps and discharge lines in the power 
house. Various protective works were carried out above and at either end 
of the power house to safeguard the plant from damage from falling rocks. 

At the Ontario Power plant two service-unit generators were changed 
over from turbine drive to motor drive. The hydraulic turbines which had 
previously driven these generators were removed and their appurtenant 
penstocks and draft tubes were blocked off. 



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SURVEY OPERATIONS 
Platform used for drilling to determine rock elevation 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



At Eugenia generating station the No. 2 surge-tank housing, which had 
been destroyed by fire, was replaced by one of fire-resistant design. 

The Ragged Rapids development, situated below Bala on the Musquash 
river, was in operation by November 1938, and all work in hand was com- 
pleted during the subsequent year. A description of the plant was given in 
the last annual report. 

The continued load growth in the Georgian Bay system, which following 
the completion of the Ragged Rapids generating station reached 40,000 horse- 
power in 1939, made it desirable to continue studies and field surveys and to 
make preliminary designs and cost estimates respecting other power sites 
available in the district. 

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EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Hydraulic studies, preliminary designs and cost estimates were continued 
covering possible power developments and storage basins on the Madawaska 
river. 

At Fenelon Falls, hydraulic tests were carried out, both at the Commis- 
sion's plant and at the plant owned by the municipality. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Increased loads on the Thunder Bay system necessitated studies for 
future power resources. These studies embraced plans for possible new 
developments on the Nipigon river upstream from the present generating 
stations, using present flows, and also plans for the efficient utilization of 
flows derived from possible diversion of Ogoki river water down the Nipigon 
river. 

At the Alexander generating station the log-slide was repaired and lined 
with steel plate. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 



Abitibi District 



Field surveys were made on the French and Mississagi rivers to provide 
data for preliminary designs and cost estimates in connection with studies of 
new power sources in the Abitibi district. 

Patricia-St. Joseph District 

The continued growth of mining loads in the Patricia and St. Joseph 
districts required that further generating capacity be provided. Careful 
studies revealed the fact that the linking up of these two districts would 
effect operating economies and improvements in regulation and would also 
safeguard essential power supplies in the event of breakdown to the generating 
plants, either at Ear Falls or Rat Rapids. Furthermore, interconnection 
would enable the growing power demand of both districts to be met initially 
by the enlargement of the Ear Falls development in the Patricia district. 

The 48-mile transmission line from Ear Falls to the Uchi line was there- 
fore extended 113 miles to Crow River where it is now linked to the trans- 
mission line to the Pickle Lake area. This permits the two plants to be oper- 
ated in parallel as a co-ordinated system with better frequency regulation at 
Rat Rapids provided by the stabilizing effect of the larger Ear Falls plant. 

The Ear Falls development on the English river is situated at the outlet 
of Lac Seul in the district of Patricia. The English river is one of the large 
tributaries of the Winnipeg river on which a number of power developments 
serving Winnipeg and other parts of the province of Manitoba have been 
constructed. In 1928-1929 a conservation dam was built at the outlet of 



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EAR FALLS DEVELOPM ENT— ENGLISH 
Power house as extended for unit No. 



RIVER 
3 




EAR FALLS DEVELOPM ENT— ENGLISH RIVER 
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Lac Seul, the governments of the Dominion and of the Province of Ontario 
co-operating. The dam regulates the outflow of the lake for the benefit of 
present and future developments on the English and Winnipeg rivers. It 
creates a reservoir having a storage capacity of 4,500,000 acre-feet, which is 
sufficient to effect almost complete regulation of the outflow. The drainage 
area above the dam covers about 10,200 square miles. 

The design of the dam provided for future power development, but the 
opening up of nearby mining properties during the period of construction 
justified the immediate provision of a power plant at the site. The initial 
development undertaken early in 1929 consisted of a small plant with an 
installation of a single unit of 5,000 horsepower under a head of 36 feet. The 
unit was placed in service on Christmas day, 1929. A second similar unit 
was installed in 1937, the turbines in both cases being of the fixed-blade 
propeller type. 

Unit No. 3 has a vertical turbine rated at 7,500 horsepower at 36 feet of 
head, 150 r.p.m., with an automatically adjustable blade runner of the Kaplan 
type. The servomotor which controls the adjustable blades of the turbine 
runner is built into the turbine shaft and an oil-pressure governor controls 
the unit. This unit is the second of the Kaplan type to be installed in the 
Commission's plants. The high efficiencies given by the Kaplan runner over 
a wide range in load and discharge will enable the Ear Falls plant to make the 
most economical use of storage water. 

The vertical generator is direct connected to the turbine, and is rated at 
6,000 kv-a., 90 per cent power- factor, 6,600 volts, 150 r.p.m., 60 cycles, and 
has a 75-kw. main exciter and a 5-kw. pilot exciter direct connected thereto. 

The turbine settings for the three units installed to date are each of rein- 
forced concrete with spiral type scroll case, and are about 170 feet downstream 
from the regulating dam. Water is conveyed from the intakes, which are 
located in power sluices in the regulating dam, through penstocks to the scroll 
cases. The penstocks for units Nos. 1 and 2 are wood stave, and for unit 
No. 3 reinforced concrete nearly square in cross-section. 

Units Nos. 1 and 2 are constructed with short conical draft tubes of 
plate steel reinforced with a concrete envelope. Unit No. 3 is provided with 
a concrete elbow type draft tube. When completed, the plant will contain 
four units having a total capacity of 25,000 horsepower under a head of 36 
feet. 

Long Lac Diversion 

The Long Lac diversion project was described in the last annual report. 
Work on the canal was continued and completed during the year. The canal 
was designed and constructed for the transportation of pulpwood and to 
divert ultimately an annual average flow of about 1,100 cubic feet per second 
southerly to lake Superior. It was placed in operation in July 1939. Up 
to the present time the project has been used solely for the transportation of 
pulpwood from the Kenogami watershed to lake Superior. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 69 




EAR FALLS DEVELOPM ENT— ENGLISH RIVER 
Kaplan runner and shaft, for turbine unit No. 3 

HYDRAULIC INVESTIGATIONS 

The routine work of the Hydraulic department included the following 
activities. Collection and compilation of hydrometric data. Rating of 
hydraulic turbines and sluiceways to enable the compilation of proper water 
records at the power houses, and supervision of the operation of storage 
basins. Investigations were carried on at certain generating stations and 
dams to ensure proper hydraulic operating conditions. Engineering work was 
continued in connection with the maintenance of the hydraulic plants on the 
various systems, and numerous sundry items having to do with land, contracts 
and agreements were handled. 

At the request of the municipality of Bracebridge, turbine efficiency tests 
were carried out at one of the town's hydro-electric plants. 



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SECTION VI 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 



CONSTRUCTION work during the past year was most active in the 
mining districts of northern Ontario. In the co-operative systems new 
construction work and modifications to meet changing conditions due to load 
growth proceeded normally. 

Go-operative Systems 

An extensive investigation of conditions in the Toronto suburban area 
resulted in the approval of the construction of Toronto Fairbank transformer 
station directly north of the city near Dufferin street for the supply of power 
to Weston, Etobicoke township, York township, North York township, Forest 
Hill Village and various municipalities along Yonge street between Toronto 
and Lake Simcoe. The station will have an initial capacity of 50,000-kv-a, 
comprising two transformer units. 

A new 6,000-kv-a transformer station with voltage-regulating equipment 
is being installed near Simcoe to improve the power supply to the munici- 
palities south of Brant transformer station. A 67, 500-kv-a transformer 
station at the Ontario Paper Company plant in Thorold, 15,000-kv-a addi- 
tional capacity at Toronto-Bridgman transformer station and 3,750-kv-a 
additional capacity at St. Thomas transformer station are being installed. 

Twenty-three new distributing stations were installed or under construc- 
tion during the year and the transformer capacity of twenty-five other dis- 
tributing stations has been increased. 

Over thirty-one miles of new transmission lines were placed in service 
and many revisions and improvements to existing lines were made. Distri- 
bution circuits have been extended about 2,650 miles for the supply of power 
to rural customers of the co-operative systems. 

Northern Ontario Properties 

An additional 6,000-kv-a generator is being installed at Ear Falls generat- 
ing station for the supply of power to the Patricia and St. Joseph districts, 
which were combined during the year. A 44,000-volt tie line was built be- 



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TRANSPORTATION IN NORTHERN ONTARIO 
Moving survey party from lake to lake along route of proposed transmission line 




TRANSMISSION LI N ES— NORTH ERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
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72 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

tween the two districts and a new 3,750-kv-a transformer station was installed 
at Crow River to effect the tie. A new 15,000-kv-a transformer station is 
being installed at Timmins and a 1,000-kv-a transformer station was built at 
Shining Tree. Five new distributing stations were installed in the mining 
districts and the capacity of another was increased. Metering equipment was 
installed for the measurement of power supply to seven new mining companies 
and to take care of the increased power demand of four existing mining cus- 
tomers. A total of 306 miles of transmission lines were erected and also 22 
miles of distribution circuits for the supply of power to rural customers. 

Planning for the Future 

Expansion and growth of the various systems during recent years has 
introduced complex technical problems requiring advance planning and the 
maximum co-operation that can be secured between the various branches of 
the Electrical Engineering department and other departments. To ensure 
this co-ordination of effort, a Planning section has been established in con- 
nection with the Electrical Engineering department. 



GENERATOR, TRANSFORMER AND DISTRIBUTION STATIONS 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Niagara District — A transformer station is being installed on the 
property of the Ontario Paper Company to supply power for the industrial 
load of this company, Beaverwood Fibre Company and the customers on 
the 12,000-volt feeders to Port Robinson. A bank of three new 22,500-kv-a 
transformers with spare unit, metal-clad low- voltage equipment and 110,000- 
volt switching equipment, were purchased and construction work is under 
way. The station will be in service later in the year. 

Distributing stations known as Fonthill, Virgil and Pelham Road, were 
installed for the supply of power to Fonthill and portions of the Welland, 
Niagara and Grantham rural power districts. A bank of three new 150-kv-a 
transformers was purchased for Fonthill, a three-phase, 300-kv-a transformer 
was purchased for Virgil and a bank of three 75-kv-a units was obtained 
from system reserve for Pelham Road. The three stations are now in service. 

Hamilton and Dundas District — At Dundas transformer station the 
installation of two 4,000-kv-a auto-transformers referred to in last year's 
report was completed and placed in service. The distributing stations on the 
Caledonia and Hagersville circuits were changed at the same time to operate 
at 26,400 volts. 

Aldershot and Burlington Beach distributing stations were installed and 
placed in service for the supply of power to Waterdown rural power district 
and Burlington Beach respectively. A bank of three new 150-kv-a trans- 
formers was purchased for use at the former station and three 150-kv-a 
transformers released from Tillsonburg rural station were used at the latter 
station. 



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LEASIDE TRANSFORMER STATION 
General view showing three 25,000 kv-a 220,000/1 10,000/13,200- volt transformers in Bank No. 8 

The capacity of Ryckman distributing station was increased with the 
installation of a bank of three new 150-kv-a transformers, replacing the original 
bank of three 75-kv-a units. 

A 350-kv-a voltage-booster was placed in service in the 4,000-volt circuit 
to Jarvis. 

The capacity of Bronte distributing station was increased when an addi- 
tional bank of three 50-kv-a transformers was installed and placed in service 
on March 26, 1939. The transformers had been released from Smithville 
distributing station. Homer distributing station was dismantled and the 
two 250-kv-a transformers transferred to system reserve. 

Toronto and York District — The work under way at Toronto-Leaside 
transformer station, reported in last year's Annual Report, was completed 
and the equipment was placed in service on November 27, 1938. 

The installation of an additional bank of three 10,000-kv-a transformers 
at Toronto-Bridgman transformer station was authorized. Two new trans- 
formers were purchased and will be used with the spare unit to complete a 
30,000-kv-a bank and replace an existing bank of 15,000-kv-a capacity. 

Authorization was given for the installation of a 110,000- volt transformer 
station for the supply of power to the suburban area north of Toronto. The 
station will be situated immediately north of the city between Dufferin and 
Bathurst streets and will be known as Toronto-Fairbank transformer station. 



74 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Two new 25,000-kv-a, three-phase, forced-air-cooled transformers and two 
138,000-volt oil circuit-breakers have been purchased for the installation 
which will be completed and placed in service in the spring of 1940. 

A distributing station was installed at Malton for the supply of power to 
Woodbridge rural power district and the air-port. A bank of three new 150- 
kv-a transformers was purchased and the station completed and placed in 
service January 15, 1939. 

At Long Branch distributing station the bank of three 250-kv-a trans- 
formers was replaced with a bank of three 500-kv-a units in order to provide 
additional capacity for the increasing power demand. 

The capacity of Port Credit distributing station was increased with the 
installation of a bank of three new 500-kv-a transformers outdoors to replace 
the original indoor bank of three 75-kv-a transformers and the 300 kv-a. 
three-phase unit. 

A 300-kv-a voltage regulator was installed near Milton to regulate the 
voltage of the 4,000- volt circuit to Campbell ville. 

Authorization was given for the installation of five 1, 500-kv-a unit-type 
stations : Kingsway in Etobicoke township, Glencairn in North York township, 
No. 1 and No. 2 in East York township and Fallingbrook in Scarboro township. 
Three 3,000-kv-a unit type stations were authorized for York township. All 
these stations are being made suitable for receiving power at 26,400 volts 
when it is available. The necessary equipment was ordered but the construc- 
tion of the stations will not be completed until early in 1940. 

London District — The installation of two auto-transformers at London 
transformer station, reported in last year's Annual Report was completed and 
the equipment placed in service on April 16, 1939 and the distributing stations 
on the Dashwood and Strathroy circuits were changed at the same time for 
operation at 26,400 volts. 

The original bank of three 75-kv-a transformers at Thamesford distrib- 
uting station was replaced by a bank of three new 150-kv-a transformers to 
provide additional capacity for the station. 

Preston District — Gait distributing station was installed north of the 
city of Gait to supply power to Gait rural power district. A bank of three 
new 150-kv-a transformers was purchased and the station completed and 
placed in service on April 3, 1939. 

Kitchener District — Wellesley distributing station was installed for the 
supply of power to the village of Wellesley and the rural power districts of 
Baden, St. Jacob's and Tavistock. A 300-kv-a three-phase transformer ob- 
tained from system reserve was used for the installation and the station was 
placed in service on February 19, 1939. 

The capacity of Mannheim distributing station was increased with the 
installation of a bank of three 75-kv-a transformers, duplicates of the existing 
transformers. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 75 

Stratford District — Clinton distributing station was installed for the 
supply of power to Clinton rural power district at 8,000 volts from the 
26,400-volt circuits. A bank of three new 150-kv-a transformers was pur- 
chased for the installation and the station was completed and placed in service 
on July 23, 1939. The original rural station which previously supplied power 
for this load from the 4,000-volt bus in the municipal station was dismantled. 

Woodstock District — At Woodstock transformer station two 110,000- 
volt circuit-breakers were replaced with motor-operated air-break discon- 
necting switches. The replaced oil circuit-breakers were transferred for use 
at Hamilton Beach transformer station. 

The capacity of both Woodstock rural station and Norwich distributing 
station was increased with the installation in each case of a bank of three new 
500-kv-a transformers replacing 250-kv-a units. The replaced transformers 
were installed at other stations. 

The capacity of Tillsonburg rural station was increased with the installa- 
tion of a bank of three new 250-kv-a transformers, replacing three 150-kv-a 
units, which were transferred into system reserve. 

St. Thomas District — The capacity of St. Thomas transformer station 
is being increased and new low- voltage switching equipment and control room 
is being installed. A bank of three 2, 500-kv-a transformers was obtained 
from system reserve to replace the existing bank of 1, 250-kv-a units. New 
13, 200- volt, metal-clad switching equipment was purchased and installed out- 
doors east of the building. The switching equipment was placed in service 
in October 1939 but the remainder of the work will not be completed until 
early in the new year. 

A new distributing station was installed to supply 4,000-volt power to 
the new Provincial Hospital at St. Thomas and a portion of the rural district. 
A bank of three new 250-kv-a transformers was purchased for the installation 
which was placed in service on January 23, 1939. 

St. Thomas rural station was dismantled and a new station installed on 
the same site suitable for parallel operation with the St. Thomas Provincial 
Hospital distributing station for the supply of power to a portion of the St. 
Thomas rural district and be available as a duplicate power source for the 
new Provincial Hospital. A bank of three 250-kv-a transformers released 
from Norwich distributing station was used for this new installation and the 
three-phase 750-kv-a unit removed from the dismantled station was trans- 
ferred to system reserve. 

Brant District — Authorization was given for the installation of a trans- 
former station near the town of Simcoe to supply 26,400-volt power to muni- 
cipalities at present supplied from Brant transformer station but situated 
south of it. This new station will be known as Norfolk transformer station 
and will be supplied from the 110,000- volt circuit direct to St. Thomas. It 
will be equipped with a 6,000-kv-a, three-phase, self-cooled transformer with 
under-load voltage-control. The transformer and all other necessary equip- 
ment were purchased and the station will be placed in service early in 1940. 

A distributing station was installed near Cainsville to supply power to a 
section of Brant rural power district. A bank of three 150-kv-a transformers 



76 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

was purchased for this installation and the station was placed in service on 
June 6, 1939. 

The capacity of Port Dover distributing station was increased with the 
installation of an additional 300-kv-a, three-phase transformer released from 
Port Credit distributing station. 

Kent District — Engineering assistance was given Chatham Public 
Utilities Commission in the purchase and installation of a 3,000-kv-a trans- 
former and necessary switching equipment in the Chatham municipal station 
No. 2. 

St. Clair District — The capacity of Forest distributing station was in- 
creased with the installation of a bank of three 37J-kv-a transformers in 
parallel with the existing bank of three 75-kv-a transformers. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

The necessary equipment was installed at Waubaushene auto-trans- 
former station to enable the 38,000-volt circuits from Eugenia generating 
station to be synchronized with the rest of the system at this station. 

Severn District — Penetang distributing station No. 2 was installed to 
supply power to Midland rural power district from the 22,000- volt circuits. A 
bank of three new 250-kv-a transformers and necessary switching and pro- 
tective equipment were purchased and the station was placed in service on 
July 14, 1939. Penetang rural station was dismantled after the load was 
transferred to the new station. The released transformers were placed in 
system reserve. 

A 50-kv-a, 2,400/4,800-volt transformer was installed at the Department 
of National Defence station at Camp Borden to supply power to the Angus 
feeder of the Alliston rural power district. 

Fergusonvale distributing station was dismantled and the two 50-kv-a 
transformers were transferred to system reserve. 

Eugenia District — The temporary installation at Kilsyth distributing 
station reported in last year's Annual Report was replaced with a new station 
on the same site, using the same transformer but improved metering and 
switching equipment. 

The bank of three 50-kv-a transformers at Dundalk distributing station 
was replaced with a bank of three 75-kv-a units obtained from Ragged 
Rapids generating station. The replaced transformers were transferred to 
system reserve. 

At Meaford distributing station three 15-kv-a transformers were installed 
as a booster bank to improve the distribution voltage. 

Wasdell District — The capacity of Uxbridge distributing station was 
increased with the installation of a bank of three 1 50-kv-a transformers re- 
placing a 300-kv-a, three-phase unit which was transferred to system reserve. 
The metering and switching equipment was replaced with more suitable 
equipment. 



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Muskoka District — The circuit from South Falls generating station to 
Huntsville was equipped for operation at 38,000 volts and the bank of three 
400-kv-a transformers in the generating station which previously supplied 
22,000-volt power to this circuit was removed and transferred into system 
reserve. The 22,000-volt switching, metering, and protective equipments 
were also replaced with 38,000-volt equipments. Huntsville distributing 
station was rebuilt for operation at 38,000 volts and the capacity was in- 
creased. The original bank of three 300-kv-a transformers and the 22,000- 
volt switching equipment were replaced with a bank of three new 500-kv-a 
transformers and the necessary 38,000-volt switching equipment. Hunts- 
ville rural station was dismantled and the bank of three 75-kv-a transformers 
was re-installed inside the building at Huntsville distributing station. The 
capacity was increased with the installation of a bank of three 50-kv-a trans- 
formers in parallel with the existing bank. The original Beaumaris distrib- 
uting station was dismantled and a new station was installed on a more 
suitable site. The bank of three 150-kv-a transformers was replaced with a 
bank of three new 250-kv-a transformers and changes made for operation of 
the station at 38,000 volts. All these alterations were completed and the 
voltage change-over effected on May 28, 1939. 

The distribution voltage ai Gravenhurst was changed from two-phase 
to three-phase on November 6, 1938. A 400-kv-a transformer was obtained 
from system reserve and used with the two existing transformers to complete 
a three-phase bank. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Central Ontario District — The necessary switching equipment was 
installed at Sidney transformer station for the control of a 44, 000- volt circuit 
supplying power to Prince Edward county. Previously this circuit was 
connected directly to a trunk circuit. 

The transformer capacity at Lindsay, Millbrook, Madoc and Marmora 
distributing stations and Colborne rural station was increased. A 750-kv-a, 
three-phase transformer released from Kingston distributing station was in- 
stalled at Lindsay. A new 100-kv-a, single-phase transformer was purchased 
and installed at Millbrook in parallel with an existing unit of similar capacity 
to supply power to Millbrook rural power district. Two new 50-kv-a, single- 
phase transformers were purchased and installed at Madoc distributing 
station to supply 8, 000- volt power to Madoc rural power district. A new 
100-kv-a, single-phase transformer was purchased and installed at Marmora 
distributing station with the original two 50-kv-a units to complete a three- 
phase bank. A new 50-kv-a transformer similar to the two original units 
was purchased and installed at Colborne rural station. 

The distributing station Consecon which supplied single-phase power to 
Wellington rural power district was replaced with a new distributing station 
and two new 100-kv-a transformers were purchased and installed with a 
similar transformer obtained from the original station for the supply of three- 
phase power to the same load. 



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Metering equipment was installed on the premises of the Bata Shoe 
Company at Frank ford to measure the power being supplied to the company 
at 6,600 volts. 

The power being supplied to Lakefield rural power district has been 
changed from 6,600 volts to 11,000 volts and metering equipment has been 
installed at a new location to accommodate the change in voltage. 

The new municipal station installed by Kingston Public Utilities Com- 
mission replaced the distributing station for the distribution of power through- 
out the city. Some of the original equipment was used in the new station 
and the remainder was transferred to system reserve or for use at other sta- 
tions on the system. 

St. Lawrence District — The work underway for the Public Utilities 
Commission at Brock ville and reported in last year's Annual Report was com- 
pleted and placed in service. 

The capacities of Brockville and Martintown distributing stations were 
increased. A 1,500-kv-a, three-phase transformer released from Kingston 
distributing station was installed at Brockville in parallel with the two existing 
units and the 2, 400- volt circuits from all three transformers were connected 
to the Public Utilities Commission's new metal-clad switchgear. ' A 150-kv-a, 
three-phase transformer at Martintown distributing station was replaced with 
a bank of three new 100-kv-a transformers. The replaced unit was trans- 
ferred to system reserve. 

A bank of three new 250-kv-a transformers was installed at Chesterville 
distributing station to supply power to Chesterville rural power district and 
relieve this load from the other transformers. 

Rideau District — Forced air cooling was added to the 750-kv-a trans- 
formers at Smiths Falls distributing station to enable the existing transformers 
to carry the station load without the use of water for cooling and avoid the 
hazard of freezing in this unattended station. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The new buildings which were reported in last year's Annual Report as 
under construction at Cameron Falls and along the right-of-way to Longlac 
transformer station were completed during the year. 

The capacity of Geraldton distributing station was increased with the 
installation of a bank of three new 250-kv-a transformers to replace the original 
bank of three 150-kv-a units. The replaced units were installed in Rosslyn 
distributing station which is a new installation for the supply of power to a 
portion of the Thunder Bay rural power district. 

Port Arthur rural station was replaced by a new station near Port Arthur 
transformer station to supply single-phase power to the summer-resort dis- 
trict east of the city. The original station was dismantled and the 75-kv-a 
transformer placed in system reserve. A new 150-kv-a, single-phase unit was 
purchased for the new installation. 



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TRANSFORMER STATION AT SHININGTREE 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 



Nipissing District — At Nipissing generating station the 22,000-volt oil 
circuit-breaker and a number of the disconnecting-switches were replaced by 
more modern equipment. 

North Bay distributing station No. 3 was installed to supply power to 
North Bay pumping plant. A bank of three new 150-kv-a transformers was 
purchased for the installation. 

Sudbury District — The construction of the operators' houses reported 
in last year's Annual Report was completed during the year. 

Garson distributing station was installed on the International Nickel 
Company's property to supply 4,000- volt power to the hamlet of Garson. A 
bank of three 50-kv-a transformers obtained from system reserve was used 
for this installation. 



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Abitibi District — The buildings under construction and improvements 
being carried out at Abitibi Canyon and reported in last year's Annual 
Report were completed during the year. 

The additional bank of transformers and voltage-regulating equipment 
which was being installed at Kirkland Lake transformer station and reported 
in last year's Annual Report was completed and placed in service during the 
year. 

The temporary transformer station installed at Bourkes in 1938 and re- 
ferred to in last year's Annual Report was dismantled. 

A transformer station was installed at Shining Tree about 70 miles north 
of Sudbury for the supply of power to Ronda Gold Mines Limited. The 
1,000-kv-a, three-phase transformer released from Bourkes transformer sta- 
tion was used for this installation which was placed in service on December 
20, 1938. 

A new transformer station and 138,000-volt switching station is being 
installed at Timmins to replace the existing transformer station and provide 
for additional capacity. The new station will consist of a bank of three new 
5,000-kv-a transformers and spare unit, five 138,000-volt oil circuit-breakers 
and switching equipment for the 26, 400- volt feeders. The existing two banks 
of 1,500-kv-a transformers will be used at other stations on the system. The 
new station will be placed in service early in 1940. 

The capacity of Hislop distributing station was increased with the in- 
stallation of an additional 25-kv-a transformer similar to the original unit. 

A substation was constructed for the De Santis Porcupine Mines Limited. 

Metering stations were installed to measure the power supply to North 
Whitney Mines Limited, Mclntyre Porcupine Mines Limited, Lake Shore 
Mines Limited, Fay mar Porcupine Gold Mines Limited, Tyranite Mines 
Limited and De Santis Porcupine Mines Limited. 

The capacity of the metering equipment was increased for Hollinger 
Consolidated Gold Mines Limited (Hislop property), Hoyle Gold Mines 
Limited, Chesterville-Larder Lake Gold Mines Limited and Delnite Mines 
Limited. 

Patricia-St. Joseph District — Ear Falls generating station is being 
extended and an additional generating unit is being installed to provide 
capacity for the increasing power demand in the district. A 6,000-kv-a, 
60-cycle, 6,600-volt, 150 r.p.m. vertical shaft generator, a bank of three 2,000- 
kv-a transformers, and necessary switching equipment were purchased and 
are being installed. The new unit will be placed in service early in 1940 and 
the rated generator capacity of the station will be increased to 15,500-kv-a. 
Additional switching equipment is being installed for the control of 44,000- 
volt circuit to Sioux Lookout. 

Metering equipment was installed at the Cochenour- Williams Gold 
Mines Limited substation to measure the power supplied to this company and 
to Margaret Red Lake Gold Mines. 

Crow River transformer station was installed near Central Patricia Gold 
Mines to step-up the transmission voltage for parallel operation with Patricia 
district and enable power to be supplied from Ear Falls generating station to 
St. Joseph district. A bank of three 1,250-kv-a transformers, a spare unit and 
all the necessary switching equipment were purchased and installed and the 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



81 




DISTRIBUTING STATION AT HUDSON 



station was placed in service on September 4, 1939. The transformers are at 
present arranged for a step-up of voltage from 23,000 to 44,000 but provision 
has been made for readily reconnecting the windings to permit a step-up of 
voltage from 23,000 to 66,000 whenever a corresponding change is made in 
the transmission voltage from the Patricia district. 

Uchi switching station was installed on Uchi Gold Mines Limited prop- 
erty to enable power to be supplied to the mining company from the trans- 
mission circuit connecting the Patricia and St. Joseph districts. The station 
was arranged for 44,000-volt operation and placed in service on October 17, 
1939 but can readily be changed for operation at 66,000 volts when the trans- 
mission voltage is raised. An operator's house was also built. 

Six patrolmen's houses were constructed along the right-of-way from 
Crow River transformer station to Uchi switching station for the accommoda- 
tion of the men patrolling the transmission line. 

A distributing station was installed at Sioux Lookout and at Hudson for 
the supply of power to these two load centres over a 44,000-volt circuit from 
Ear Falls generating station. A bank of three new 150-kv-a transformers 



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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



was purchased for the former installation which was placed in service on 
August 30, 1939. Two new 100-kv-a transformers were purchased and con- 
nected in open-delta for the installation at Hudson which was placed in service 
on September 16, 1939. 

TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 

Increased demands and new loads have necessitated many changes and 
additions to the Commission's transmission systems during 1939. 

At a cost of approximately $1,893,000 a total of 337.69 miles of trans- 
mission lines was placed in service, as indicated in the following tabulation; 
of the total, 13 miles were acquired by purchase, being 44,000- volt lines in 
Patricia district. 

MILEAGE OF TRANSMISSION LINES PLACED IN SERVICE 
YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1939 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian 
Bay 

system 


Eastern 
Ontario 
system 


Thunder 

Bay 
system 


Northern 

Ontario 

Properties 


Totals 


110,000- volt lines 


miles 
0.68 

19.92 


miles 


miles 
4.76 


miles 
6.15 


miles 

260.40 
45.78 


miles 
0.68 


33,000-volt to 

44, 000- volt lines 

11,000-volt to 

26,400-volt lines 


265.16 
71.85 


Totals 


20.60 




4.76 


6.15 


306.18 


337.69 







In addition, revisions and improvements were made in all systems where 
required. 

Maps showing the transmission lines and stations of the Commission will 
be found at the back of this Report. A summary tabulation respecting trans- 
mission lines is given near the end of this section. 

The following synopsis shows, by systems, the work completed during 
the year. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

High-Voltage Lines 

The 110, 000- volt connections to Preston transformer station were re- 
vised to conform with changes within the station. 

A new 110,000- volt, single-circuit transmission line on steel towers, 
approximately J-mile in length, was constructed from Holland road junction 
to a new station at the Ontario Paper Company. 

A grounding system was installed at Queenston generating station to 
connect the outgoing 11 0,000- volt line towers to the ground bus in the screen 
house. 

A portion of the 110,000- volt, steel-tower line between York transformer 
station and Toronto Strachan transformer station, 1.05 miles in length, was 
relocated in the section between the Humber river and Salisbury avenue, in 
order to clear the new construction work of the Department of Highways in 
that vicinity. For the same reason, one tower in one of the 110,000- volt 
circuits out of Queenston generating station was relocated. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 83 

Low-Voltage Lines 

Niagara District — A single-circuit, 12,000-volt transmission line, 2.5 
miles in length, was constructed from a tap on the line between St. Davids 
and Niagara-on-the-Lake to a new distributing station in the village of Virgil. 

Dundas District — A single-circuit, 13,200-volt transmission line, 0.9 
mile in length, was constructed from a tap on the line near Waterdown to a 
new distributing station at Aldershot. 

Also the line south from Dundas transformer station to Hagersville dis- 
tributing station, including the taps to Ryckman, Caledonia, and Decewsville 
distributing stations, a total length of 33.44 miles, was raised from 13,200 volts 
to 26,400 volts. 

Toronto District — A single-circuit, 13,200/26,400-volt transmission 
line, 1.08 miles in length, was constructed from Forest Hill municipal station 
to Glencairn distributing station. 

London District — One circuit of the transmission line between London 
transformer station and Broughdale distributing station and the extension to 
Ilderton, Ailsa Craig, Lucan, Exeter, and Dash wood distributing stations, a 
total distance of 43.32 miles, was raised from 13,200 volts to 26,400 volts. 

The line between London and Strathroy, including the taps to Glendale 
and Delaware distributing stations, a distance of 27.10 miles, was also raised 
from 13,200 volts to 26,400 volts. 

Preston District — The necessary switches and taps from existing lines 
to the new rural station on Wauchope avenue, Gait, 0. 1 mile in length, were 
constructed to serve the Gait rural district. 

Kitchener District — The former 4,000-volt rural line from Baden to 
Wellesley was rebuilt to carry a new 13,200-volt circuit from the point where 
it crosses the Commission's line between Baden and New Hamburg to Wellesley 
distributing station, a distance of 6.17 miles. 

Brant District — A single-circuit, 26,400-volt transmission line, 1.3 
miles in length, was built between the Lake Erie and Northern Railway sub- 
station, Brantford, and the Brant ford municipal station No. 1, replacing the 
double-circuit section of 3/0 aluminum with one circuit of 336, 400-cir.mil 
aluminum conductor. 

Also a single-circuit, 26,400-volt transmission line, 4.3 miles in length, 
was established from Brantford municipal station No. 1 to a new distributing 
station at Cainsville by reconstructing a portion of the old Dominion Power 
and Transmission 44, 000- volt line. 

Essex District — A portion of 26,400-volt transmission line, 1.1 miles 
in length, which formerly served the hydro-electric station at Petrimoux, 
was dismantled. 

The 26,400-volt, single-circuit transmission line between Kingsville junc- 
tion and Kingsville distributing station, 0.8 mile in length, was rebuilt as a 
double-circuit line. 

Also a portion of the 26,400-volt transmission line, 1.93 miles in length, 
between Kingsville junction and Leamington, was dismantled, and a new 
portion, 1.61 miles in length, was constructed. 



84 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Thorold District— A short tap, 0.18 mile in length, of 12,000- volt 
transmission line, was built and connected into the new Pelham Road dis- 
tributing station, to serve the Pelham district. 

Dominion Power Division — The 44,000-volt transmission line, No. 7, 
between Bartonville switching station and Cockshutt station, has, for the 
most part been dismantled. A portion east of Cockshutt station in Brant- 
ford, 4.30 miles in length, was left, and is incorporated in a new section between 
Brantford municipal station No. 1 and a new distributing station at Cains- 
ville. Also a portion south and west from Bartonville switching station has 
been left up for service to a proposed distributing station to be erected near 
King street, Hamilton. 

A short portion of the 10, 000- volt, single-circuit transmission line, 0.3 
miles in length, between Longwood switching station and the Canada 
Crushed Stone company, was re-routed to occupy the south side of West- 
wood avenue between Stroud road and Clines lane in Hamilton. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Wasdell District — From Kirkfleld junction to Kirkfield distributing 
station, 11.34 miles, the 9/32-inch steel sky wire was removed and a metal 
pole top pin was installed. 

Muskoka District — From South Falls generating station to Huntsville, 
26.31 miles, the J-inch steel sky wire was removed, a metal pole top pin was 
installed, and the 22, 000- volt insulators were replaced with 38,000- volt units. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

High- Voltage Lines 

Between Ottawa junction and Cornwall transformer station, 54.82 
miles, steel extensions were added to transmission line towers to raise the sky 
wire, and the telephone attachments to towers were removed. 

Central District — A new 44,000-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole trans- 
mission line, 4.7 miles long, was constructed from Sidney transformer station 
at Trenton to Picton junction. 

The 44,000-volt tap line to Millbrook distributing station was connected 
for three-phase operation. 

Rideau District — From Smith's Falls distributing station to Rideau 
junction, 1.92 miles, the 5/16-inch steel conductor was replaced with 1/0 
aluminum cable steel-reinforced. 

St. Lawrence District — A new 44,000-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole 
transmission line, 2.67 miles long, was constructed from Cornwall trans- 
former station to Howard Smith Paper Mills. 

Madawaska District — The 33,000-volt line entrance to Arnprior dis- 
tributing station was rebuilt. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

A new 22,000- volt, single-circuit transmission line, 6.15 miles long, was 
constructed to Rosslyn distributing station. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



85 




DISTRIBUTION IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Three-phase, 4,000-volt, automatic voltage regulator 

installed on concrete pad east of Blyth. Walton rural 

power district 

Construction of the highway between Nipigon and Little Long Lac ne- 
cessitated moving transmission lines at several points to clear the roadway. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 



Nipissing District — A new 22,000-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole trans- 
mission line, three miles in length, was built to the North Bay waterworks. 

Sudbury District — Insulation on the wood-pole transmission line 
between Crystal Falls and Coniston generating stations was increased for 
110, 000- volt operation. 

Abitibi District — In the Porcupine area, five 26,400-volt, single-circuit, 
wood-pole transmission lines, totalling approximately 10 miles in length, 
were constructed to mining customers. 

In the Larder Lake area, 1-mile of 26,400-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole 
transmission line was built to Kearns townsite. 



86 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

In the West Shiningtree area, two 26,400-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole 
transmission lines, totalling 28 miles in length, were constructed to serve 
mining customers. 

Patricia- St. Joseph District — A single-circuit, 44,000- volt, wood-pole 
transmission line, 161.7 miles long and insulated for future operation at 
66,000 volts, was constructed from Ear Falls generating station to Uchi 
Gold Mines Limited and on to Crow River transformer station. 

A single-circuit, 44, 000- volt wood-pole transmission line, 85.5 miles long, 
was constructed from Ear Falls generating station to Sioux Lookout. 

Privately-owned, 44,000- volt lines to five mining customers at Red Lake, 
totalling 13 miles in length, were purchased and incorporated into the trans- 
mission lines of the district. 

Approximately five miles of new 22, 000- volt, wood-pole transmission 
line was built from Crow River transformer station to provide double line 
service to mining customers. 

TELEPHONE LINES— ALL SYSTEMS 

In the Niagara system, a portion of the Dundas to Brant telephone line, 
8.06 miles; portions of the St. Mary's to London line, 8 miles; and portions of 
the Brant to Woodstock line, 6.65 miles in length, were rebuilt. Between 
Allanburg and Dundas transformer station, 5.2 miles of four circuits of the 
"A" line, and 5.2 miles of single-circuit of the "AA" line were removed. 
These portions were replaced by a new portion, 5.7 miles in length, of four 
circuits, constructed on new poles located to the south of the former "A" 
line. Also, a portion of the Kent to Essex telephone line, including a tap to 
Tilbury, 8.5 miles in length, was rebuilt. A portion of the telephone line 
between York transformer station and Toronto Strachan transformer station, 
approximately 1.6 miles, was relocated due to highway diversions. A f-mile 
extension of the telephone service between the rural and municipal offices in 
the town of Harrow was installed. In the Toronto district, 4.55 miles of 
telephone cables were replaced. Loading coils were installed between 
Toronto Strachan transformer station and the administration building, and 
between the administration building and Toronto Bridgman transformer 
station. 

In the Georgian Bay system, an additional telephone circuit was erected 
between Fergusonvale junction and Bradford junction, and the existing No. 9 
iron circuit was retransposed. 

In the Eastern Ontario system, 58.79 miles of No. 9 iron telephone con- 
ductor were replaced with No. 6 aluminum cable steel-reinforced between 
Brockville junction and Cornwall distributing station. 

In the Thunder Bay system, new telephone equipment was installed to 
provide improved facilities for the district patrolmen, and 7 miles of telephone 
circuit was erected between Geraldton distributing station and Bankfield 
junction on existing 44,000-volt transmission line poles. 

In northern Ontario, a radio link was established between Frederick- 
house Dam and Timmins. At Coniston, 1.48 miles of single-circuit telephone 
line was constructed to provide communication between the generating 
station and the Bell Telephone company connection at Coniston. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



87 




DISTRIBUTION IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
Installing submarine cable to Wolfe Island in Kingston rural power district 




DISTRIBUTION IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
Installing submarine cable to Wolfe Island in Kingston rural power district 



88 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



TOTAL MILEAGE OF TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 



System and voltage 



Kind 

of 
struc- 
tures 



Line route or 
structure miles 



Total to 

Oct. 31, 

1938 



Addi- 
tions 
1939 



Total to 

Oct. 31, 

1939 



Circuit 

miles 

Total to 

Oct. 31, 

1939 



Niagara System 

220,000-volt 

110,000-volt 

110,000-volt 

90,000-volt 

60,000-volt 

60,000-volt 

46,000-volt 

46,000-volt 

26,400-volt : 

13,200-volt 

13,200-volt 

12,000-volt 

Dominion Power division — 44,000-volt . 
Dominion Power division — 44,000-volt . 
Dominion Power division — 22,000-volt . 
Dominion Power division — 10,000-volt . 

Georgian Bay System 

110,000-volt 

38,000-volt 

6,600-volt 

Severn district— 22,000-volt 

Eugenia district— 26, 400- vc It and less. . 

Wasdell district— 22,000-volt 

Muskoka district— 38,000-volt 

Eastern Ontario System 

110,000-volt 

110,000-volt 

44,000-volt 

33,000-volt 

Central district— 44,000-volt and less. . 

St. Lawrence district — 44,000-volt 

Rideau district— 26,400-volt 

Madawaska district — 33,000-volt and less 

Thunder Bay System 

110,000-volt 

110,000-volt 

44,000-volt 

22,000-volt 

12,000-volt 

Northern Ontario Properties 

Nipissing district— 22,000-volt 

Sudbury district— 22,000-volt 

Abitibi district— 132, 000-volt 

132,000-volt 

33,000-volt and less. . 

Patricia-St. Joseph district-^4, 000-volt 

22,000-volt 



steel 

wood 
steel 

a 

wood 
steel 
wood 



steel 
wood 
steel 
wood 



wood 



steel 
wood 



steel 
wood 



wood 
a 

steel 
wood 



705.27 

716.11 

67.16 

65.85 

78.75 

9.20 

32.42 

23.73 

614.88 

461.51 

1.17 

111.26 

34.76 

145.22 

28.69 

14.52 



55.83 

146.92 

2.30 

148.61 

281.73 

83.43 

26.31 



107.08 

163.44 

24.33 

42.26 

531.99 

125.63 

62.63 

58.81 



82.12 

178.21 

116.42 

0.35 

1.45 



59.40 

107.31 

362.74 

190.19 

60.68 

40.56 

28.14 



7.42 



114.44 
105.50 

'3.66 

*26.85 
*6".06 

*0.03 



0.89 



0.34 
7.52 



2.99 
♦1.22 



44.72 

260.40 

4.87 



705.27 

723.53 

67.16 

65.85 

78.75 

9.20 

32.42 

23.73 

729.32 

356.01 

1.17 

114.92 

34.76 

118.37 

28.69 

14.46 



55.83 

146.89 

2.30 

148.61 

281.73 

83.43 

26.31 



107.08 

163.44 

24.33 

42.26 

532.88 

125.63 

62.63 

58.81 



82.12 

178.21 

116.76 

7.87 

1.45 



62.39 
106.09 
362.74 
190.19 
105.40 
300.96 

33.01 



705.27 
1,391.74 

67.16 
117.60 

59.38 
9.20 

65.64 

23.73 

875.53 

427.67 

2.34 

164.62 

72.07 
114.75 

38.21 

14.46 



55.83 

147.32 

2.30 

219.54 

364.48 

87.37 

26.31 



110.39 

163.44 

24.33 

47.94 

584.11 

126.01 

62.63 

58.81 



164.28 

178.21 

116.76 

7.87 

1.45 



78.91 
106.09 
725.48 
190.19 
106.09 
300.96 

33.18 



Total 



6,199.37 



t313.59 



6,512.96 



8,239.65 



''Removals. 



fNet increase. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



89 



DISTRIBUTION LINES AND SYSTEMS 
IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



The following tabulation shows the mileage of distribution lines 
constructed by the Commission in rural power districts, and the number of 
consumers served. 

The summary indicates a total construction during the year of 2,670 
miles of new line completed, and giving service to 14,111 additional consumers. 

At the end of 1939 there were 111,520 rural consumers receiving service 
and 17,706 miles of primary line had been constructed with a capital invest- 
ment approximating $33,000,000. 



SUMMARY OF CONSTRUCTION IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 





At October 31, 1938 


At October 31, 1939 








Miles of primarv line 


Number of 




Miles 
of 


Number 
of 








consumers 


System and district 
















primary 


con- 




Under 




Re- 








line 


sumers 




con- 




ceiv- 


Au- 






con- 


re- 


Con- 


struc- 


Total 


ing 


thor- 


Total 




structed 


ceiving 
service 


structed 


tion or 
author- 
ized 




ser- 
vice 


ized 




Niagara System 


9,671.10 


64,447 


10,801.73 


162.74 


10,964.47 


70,886 


514 


71,400 


Georgian Bay System 


















Severn district 


666.07 


5,362 


789.45 


15.07 


804.52 


6,193 


63 


6,256 


Eugenia district .... 


584.56 


2,579 


839.80 


68.91 


908.71 


3,394 


250 


3,644 


Wasdell district .... 


354.31 


2,446 


392.33 


20.85 


413.18 


2,681 


67 


2,748 


Muskoka district . . . 


251.56 


1,483 


313.81 


10.87 


324.68 


1,805 


31 


1,836 


Bala district 


64.15 


437 


71.11 


.21 


71.32 


507 


1 


508 


System R.P.D.'s. . . . 


115.38 


590 


167.30 


.10 


167.40 


814 


11 


825 


Eastern Ontario 


















System 


















Central district 


1,957.37 


11,884 


2,421.45 


66.77 


2,488.22 


13,829 


283 


14,112 


St. Lawrence district 


689.75 


3,876 


925.21 


73.09 


998.30 


4,771 


214 


4,985 


Rideau district 


178.28 


1,021 


261.49 


.80 


262.29 


1,300 


41 


1,341 


Madawaska district. 


51.75 


331 


136.07 


3.79 


139.86 


1,029 


10 


1,039 


Ottawa district 


235.15 


1,545 


245.64 


7.53 


253.17 


1,647 


20 


1,667 


Thunder Bay System 


119.04 


594 


192.50 


24.62 


217.12 


800 


91 


891 


Manitoulin R.P.D. . . 


67.53 


261 


96.09 





96.09 


462 





462 


Northern Ontario 


















Properties 


















Nipissing district . . . 


29.74 


554 


40.50 


4.90 


45.40 


641 


30 


671 


Sudbury district. . . . 








11.77 





11.77 


772 





772 


Totals 


15,035.76 


97,409 


17,706.25 


460.25 


18,166.50 


111,521 


1,626 


113,157 



90 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



SECTION VII 

TESTING— RESEARCH- INSPECTION 
PRODUCTION AND SERVICE 



THE work of the Laboratories of the Commission has been described in 
detail in previous Annual Reports. Its chief branches comprise: testing, 
inspection and checking material and equipment; research work along prac- 
tical lines through research sub-committees to develop new ideas, to improve 
characteristics of materials and equipment and to reduce costs; examination 
and testing of devices and fittings to ensure public safety, particularly against 
fire and shock, the issuance of Approval certificates for their sale, and the 
inspection of electrical installations in industrial, commercial and residential 
premises. Under the supervision of the head of the department also are oper- 
ated a photographic and blue-printing department and a production and 
service department, with machine shop, carpenter shop and garage. The 
Commission maintains a fleet of more than 300 trucks, chiefly in connection 
with its operating and rural service divisions. These trucks are regularly 
and systematically inspected and repaired. 

On the following pages are given brief references to the more important 
items of routine and special research work carried out and a short summary 
of other work under the care of the Laboratories. It will be appreciated that 
no adequate report of the work of the Laboratories can be given in the limited 
space available in the Commission's Annual Report. 



TESTING AND RESEARCH LABORATORIES 

Routine and General Testing 

The Laboratories have carried out an unusually large amount of routine 
testing and inspection on numerous devices, equipment and materials sub- 
mitted. This work is done to assist municipal utilities and also to insure the 
highest quality in material and workmanship in the Commission's purchases. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 91 




SKIN EFFECT MEASUREMENTS 
Measuring the skin effect factor on large electrical cables 



Electrical and mechanical equipment is inspected at the manufacturers' 
plants to insure that it has the desired characteristics and that materials and 
fabrication are satisfactory. Other equipment or devices are given routine 
tests at the Laboratories and these may lead to deeper investigations and 
studies according to the proportion of rejections necessary. 



Materials and Equipment Inspection 

Transmission Line Materials 

The usual inspection of transmission line materials handled by Strachan 
Avenue stores was continued. This included clamps of various types, ground 
rods, insulator pins and brackets, cross arms, general line hardware, wire and 
cable. The copper wire, steel reinforced aluminum and galvanized steel cable 
inspected amounted to 2,685 tons, an increase of 22 per cent over last year. 

Electrical Equipment 

Factory inspection covered one 6,000-kv-a generator, and 139 power 
transformers of various ratings, having total capacity of 181,970-kv-a. 
Distribution transformers to the number of 9,090 were inspected, also 10 oil 
circuit breakers, total capacity 288,900-kv-a, 5,475 disconnecting switches of 
various types, totalling 1,579,800-kv-a and about 330,000 line and bus in- 
sulators. A large amount of metal-clad switchgear equipment was inspected 
for municipal utilities and for a new pumping plant. Inspection also covered 
eleven synchronous and induction type pump motors, with total rating of 
7,900 horsepower. 



92 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

In the Laboratories, routine tests were made on 5,280 linemen's rubber 
gloves, 2,500 samples of insulating oil, more than 2,600 instrument and dis- 
tribution transformers, 1,400 insulators and about 26,000 fuse links. A total 
of 5,625 watt-hour meters were repaired and checked, and about 200 indicating 
instruments were calibrated. 

Mechanical Equipment 

One 7,500 horsepower Kaplan type adjustable blade hydraulic turbine 
was inspected at the manufacturer's plant. This is for installation at Ear 
Falls to drive the 6,000-kv-a generator. In addition, a large number of mis- 
cellaneous items of power plant equipment including sluice gates, rack struc- 
tures and a gantry crane were inspected for the same development. Numerous 
other items of equipment for use at various plants and stations also were 
inspected. 

Concrete 

A resident concrete inspector was stationed at Ear Falls development 
during construction work. His duties there were the testing of aggregates, 
supervising manufacturing processes and generally checking the quality of 
the concrete. 

Field inspections of five structures in service were made for the purpose 
of observing the condition of the concrete and noting the progress and extent 
of any deterioration. 

Paint 

A total of 339 samples of paints, together with other protective coatings, 
were tested for quality. A large number of petroleum products were analyzed 
and tests were made on metals, alloys, concrete ingredients and miscellaneous 
organic and inorganic materials for various uses. 

Steel and Timber 

A total of 525 tons of steel was inspected, about half of this being rein- 
forcing steel. The number of pine and cedar poles inspected amounted to 
about 10,000, nearly 20 per cent of which had to be rejected on account of 
various defects. 



Lamps and Lighting Equipment 

The number of lamps tested at the factory, 78,700, and the quantity, 
3,887, given life tests at the Laboratory, represent increases of twenty per 
cent over last year. The lamps stamped at the factory reached a total of 
740,700. Some special lamps also were tested. About forty candle-power- 
distribution tests were made and sixteen foot-candle meters were calibrated. 

Miscellaneous equipment checked and tested included safety glass, reflex 
signals and automatic lighting devices. A large number of gloss measure- 
ments were made on paints. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 93 




VIBRATION INVESTIGATION ON TRANSMISSION LINES 
A new magnetic transfer device used with the oscillograph in recording amplitude and frequency 

of conductor vibrations 

Research 

Research work is carried on by studies and investigations in both labora- 
tory and field to determine the quality of materials which the Commission 
proposes to use, to develop new equipment and methods of applying electrical 
power, and to improve the existing equipment or methods wherever possible. 

Vibration of Transmission Line Conductors 

The problem of vibration in power line conductors was actively pursued, 
and substantial progress was made. 

In the field studies, new recording equipment, developed by a member of 
the staff, proved of great value both in rating the performance of vibration 
dampers and in investigating the intensity of stress at points of conductor 
attachment. Further studies of the torsional damper were made and con- 
clusive data were obtained showing that these dampers effectively suppress 
vibration on both short and long span construction. 

The investigation of the endurance characteristics of conductor materials 
was continued, complete information being obtained on the fatigue limits and 
other physical properties of three grades of galvanized steel ground wire. 
Tests also were made to determine the effect of low atmospheric temperatures 
on the impact resistance of these materials. A limited amount of work was 
done towards investigating the endurance of steel wire in the stranded condi- 
tion, and comparative tests were made on full size steel-reinforced aluminum 
cables. 



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Electrical Insulation 

A large number of gradient tests were made on transformer and oil- 
switch bushings in service ; the tests show that about three per cent of these 
bushings have incipient faults. Their replacement before actual failure 
occurred probably prevented many service interruptions. Very satisfactory 
results were obtained in metallizing suspension insulators to prevent radio 
interference. Pin digestion and the mechanism of cable failure were studied 
with a certain amount of investigation. 

Rural Applications of Electricity 

The study and development of a new type of grain grinder were carried 
on during the year to determine the possibility of adapting this type of grind- 
ing to small farm units. This covered investigation of screens, knives, 
speeds, power requirements and feed methods. 

In co-operation with the Ontario Agricultural College at Guelph, electric 
soil heating was again used to grow an experimental crop of cucumbers. The 
method was modified so that a smaller number of plants produced a crop 
equal to that of the previous year. Studies in the application of light to plant 
growth were continued with typical varieties of plants. 

Applications of Electronics 

Proposed carrier equipment for communication along the power con- 
ductors between Beauharnois and Chats Falls generating stations was studied 
and field tests were made on the actual power line. The application of pro- 
tective relaying to this carrier channel has also been investigated and discussed 
in detail with the Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company at several 
conferences. 



Water Treatment 

The corrosion in domestic electric hot water tanks is being investigated 
using a number of tanks of different materials and set up under service con- 
ditions in a location where the water is more than usually corrosive. The 
results obtained up to the present show noticeable variation in the action of 
the water on the different elements and tank walls. It is expected that this 
investigation will determine the true cause and other characteristics of the 
corrosion found in domestic tanks. 

Electric Welding 

Investigations were made toward standardizing welding materials and 
the technique used on work for the Commission. The characteristics of weld 
metal were studied and also the advantages of stress relieving. The welding 
engineer has instructed manufacturers in proper welding technique in order 
to insure the highest quality in the equipment. 



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95 




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SPLIT CYLINDER POLE REINFORCING AND TREATING UNIT 

Used to strengthen wood poles which have deteriorated at the ground line. Left — pole prepared 

for treatment. Right — reinforcing completed: specimen under horizontal strain test 

Paint 

Research studies have included suitable paints for under-water exposure 
and several different types were tested. Analyses and comparative weather- 
ing tests were made on thirteen different brands of house paint, five of which 
have been in use by the Commission, and others were standard brands on the 
market or special formulated paints. Several houses were painted for field 
observation. 

A large amount of work was done on a special glazed coating for both 
interior and exterior finishes on walls and floors and for certain repair work. 



Masonry Materials 

Attention has been given to problems relating to concrete, brick, and 
other materials used in masonry construction. A concerted effort was 
made in both laboratory and field to find methods of producing concrete of 
more durable quality. 



Further investigations on repair methods for concrete were started in 
order that the Commission's engineers may be reliably informed as to the best 
method to use for various classes of work. A number of existing concrete 
structures were examined, including eight structures which are not the prop- 
erty of the Commission. 



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THE TESTING OF SAFETY GLASS 
Left — Impact Tests, — the ball, shot bag and dart are dropped freely from specified heights on the 
samples set in the frame. A sample, after test, is shown in position. 

Right — Discoloration Tests, — samples are submitted to ultra violet rays for given periods. The 
frame is rotated, and samples cooled by means of a fan. 



The study of water movements through concrete has been continued in 
an attempt to establish some relation between the compressive strength of 
concrete and the loss in its chemical constituents as brought about by water 
percolation. 

An investigation of the deterioration of cement in storage was started 
during the year. 



Treatment of Wood Transmission Structures 

The deterioration of wood poles and methods for their preservation have 
received a large amount of attention. The work also has broadened to include 
studies of other phases of pole life such as reduction in strength with service, 
new methods of reinforcing poles, new types of poles, and the preparation of 
specifications for purchase of poles and timber for transmission structures. 

The butt treatment of poles using the sand creosote collar has been 
applied extensively and the results of the treatment are being investigated. 
With the completion of tests on a new split-cylinder pole-reinforcing and treat- 
ing unit, installations have been made on about 710 poles, including both 
direct reinforcing and ground-line splicing. Tests are being continued on the 
strength of poles that have been in service for relatively long periods. 



Petroleum Products 



Special investigations have been carried out on petroleum products and 
related materials. Tests were made on used lubricating oil at Queenston 
generating station to determine the extent of deterioration with a view to 



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97 




ABRASION TESTING OF INSULATED WIRES 
As the arm oscillates, emery cloth on the curved block wears off the insulation. 

establishing proper procedure for refining a large quantity of this oil when it 
becomes necessary. Generator oils have been studied and tested for film 
strength and coefficient of friction. Comparative tests were made on auto- 
mobile car filters, and the technique of testing filter paper was investigated. 

Miscellaneous Research 

Investigations were made to determine the merits of hot plates and the 
characteristics of a thermal storage electric cooker, and also as part of the 
study of some water heater and thermostat problems. Methods of joining 
aluminum transmission conductors were studied with special attention to 
materials for sealing contacts against oxidation. The reduction of high 
ground resistances and the use of the earth-leakage relay switch also were 
given consideration. A peak wattmeter was developed for checking maximum 
demand on spot welders. 



New Equipment 

An abrasion tester was built and is now in use in testing insulated wire. 

A reactor was purchased for the Approvals Laboratory to be used in 
testing industrial control equipment at low power factor, and a device was 
built for use in testing switches actuated by gas pressure. 

Equipment was built for discoloration tests on safety glass in which 
samples are submitted to ultra-violet rays. 

The new portable oscillograph, ordered last year, was received and has 
been used in a number of laboratory and field investigations. 

A Ferris portable combined radio noise and field strength meter was pur- 
chased for measurement of radio interference from power lines and also from 
devices submitted for approval. 

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98 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Specifications and Committee Work 

Members of the staff attended meetings and conventions of the Canadian 
Engineering Standards Association, National Research Council, American 
Society for Testing Materials, American Concrete Institute, Association of 
Municipal Electrical Utilities, Engineering Institute of Canada, Canadian 
Electrical Association, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, National 
Fire Protection Association, Radio Manufacturers Association and Ontario 
Electrical Contractors Association. 

APPROVALS LABORATORY 

The number of applications for approval increased about ten per cent. 
The increase was more marked in classes of wiring devices, industrial control 
devices, and radio, sound and picture appliances. It was not a great increase 
in the use of any one appliance but rather general development of new models. 

The number of factory inspection reports was larger, and the quantity 
of labels sold for cord, wire cable and conduit increased. 

Inspection and Testing of Wire, Cable and Conduit 

A total of 672 factory inspections of wiring materials was made and 1,298 
inspection reports were issued to manufacturers. These figures are respec- 
tively, 15 per cent and 11 per cent higher than those of the previous year. 
The quantities of insulated wire, heat-resisting fixture wire, armoured cable 
and non-metallic sheathed cable inspected showed large increases, 20 to 31 
per cent. Also, larger amounts of Christmas tree wire and rigid steel conduit 
were inspected. 

The quantities of heater cord and flexible non-metallic tubing did not 
show any increase and there was a noticeable reduction in flexible steel con- 
duit. 

PRODUCTION AND SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

The operations of the machine shop, carpenter shop and garage continued 
on a satisfactory basis. The volume of work done, though somewhat less 
than in the previous year, was approximately equal to that of two years before. 

The machine and carpenter shops completed a total of 1,721 orders, and 
other departments were assisted in the development of new types of apparatus. 

The garage was operated along lines similar to those followed in recent 
years. The policy of regularly and systematically inspecting the Commis- 
sion's fleet of 309 trucks was continued. Thirty-three trucks were completely 
overhauled in the garage and 1,346 individual inspections were made in the 
field. In addition, 186 orders for miscellaneous repairs were completed. 

Fifty-six new trucks were purchased, 29 of which were replacements and 
the remaining 27 were additions to the fleet. A new type of all-steel truck 
body, specially designed for convenience in meter reading and installation of 
rural services, was adopted as standard. This design provides adequate 
facilities for carrying 16 watthour meters, materials and equipment, and re- 
places the pick-up and panel bodies previously used for this purpose. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 99 

A new two-ton combination type trailer, equipped with electric brakes, 
was developed for the dual purpose of hauling poles and carrying reels of 
cable. It is so designed that the reels may easily be loaded directly from the 
ground level without the use of other lifting equipment. 



PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOSTAT AND BLUE PRINTING 

There was a definite increase in the amount of work done in photography, 
photostat and blue printing. A total of 779 photograph orders was completed, 
about six per cent increase. The number of blue prints made was 93,227, an 
increase of eleven per cent. 

The photostat camera has been used to a much greater extent, the orders 
completed, 550, show an increase of thirty-six per cent. The number of 
positive prints was over fifteen per cent higher, and indicated an increasing 
preference for this type instead of the negative print. 



ELECTRICAL INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 

This department handled the largest volume of work for any year since 
it was organized, but the amount was only slightly more than in the previous 
year. 



Statistical 

A total of 119,578 permits was issued, an increase of 1.6 per cent over 
1938, and 208,388 inspections were made, an increase of 2.3 per cent. 

Fires Attributed to Electricity 

Among the fires investigated, after having been reported as caused 
through electrical wiring or equipment, ten were traced to that source. These 
were found due to loose ground clamps, loose connections at the meter, or 
short-circuits in armoured cable, flexible cord or knob and tube wiring. 
Possibly other fires had their origin in electrical circuits or equipment but the 
evidence available to the Commission's inspectors did not entirely warrant 
such a conclusion. 



Electrocutions and Fatal Accidents 

Seven persons lost their lives through coming into contact with electric 
wiring or equipment under the jurisdiction of this department. Of these, 
five were electrocuted in such positions as (a) holding a metal tray which had 
cut through the insulation of a portable cable, (b) handling a portable lamp 
while in a bathtub, (c) in contact with a power feeder within reach above a 
roof, (d) in contact with the bumper of a car which was alive due to a defective 
battery charger, and (e) while wiring a live control panel. One man died 
from burns when an oil can caused a short circuit and exploded. Another 
suffered a broken neck in a fall caused by shock while investigating supposed 
trouble in an oil switch. 



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Ground Tests 

Ground tests, made in isolated communities and rural districts, reached 
a total of 5,539. 



Infractions of Regulations 

Fifty-four persons and companies were prosecuted for various infractions 
of the Rules and Regulations governing the installation and sale of electrical 
equipment and material. This was a considerable reduction in prosecutions, 
— thirty-two less than in the previous year. 

The Canadian Electrical Code 

Members of the Laboratory and Electrical Inspection staffs attended 
several meetings and assisted in revising sections of the Code. 

On Part I of the Code — Electrical Installations — nine meetings were 
attended by the Commission's engineers in connection with the preparation 
of material for the fourth edition of the Code. This material had been pre- 
pared in draft form mainly in the preceding fiscal year but was reviewed for 
revision and acceptance by the various committees of the Canadian Engineer- 
ing Standards Association. The Code was issued late in the year. 

On Part II of the Code — Approval Specifications for Electrical Equip- 
ment. — Nineteen meetings of different committees and subcommittees were 
held. These were attended by several of the Commission's engineers. Two 
specifications, on ' 'Knife Switches" and ' 'Flexible Steel Conduit", were com- 
pleted and printed by the Canadian Engineering Standards Association. Six 
other specifications were advanced to the preliminary draft stage, one to 
C.E.S.A. draft and four to letter ballot. 

With the reorganization of the Canadian Electrical Code Committee, 
the Panel on Specifications became the Committee on Part II of the C.E. 
Code, with the Approvals engineer as chairman. Subcommittees were ap- 
pointed, each under the chairmanship of a member of the Part II Committee, 
and with secretaries appointed from the Laboratory staff. Under this new 
arrangement, much of the work of preparing the specifications and guiding 
them through the various stages to completion devolves upon the Approvals 
Laboratory. As the above programme of the year's work shows, this Com- 
mittee and its subcommittees have been quite active. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 101 



SECTION VIII 



ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 

THE HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 

A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Niagara System 

Gross earnings on the Hamilton Street Railway for the year 1939 de- 
creased 4.59 per cent. Operating expenses (including taxes) decreased 7.64 
per cent. The result was a decrease in net earnings of $49,51 1. The decrease 
in net earnings was due to general industrial conditions. 

The balance sheet and income account are given at the end of Section IX. 

Operating results are summarized and compared in the following tabula- 
tion and chart. 

HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY 
Comparative Operating Statistics 



Operating revenues: 



Street-cars 
$ 



1938 






1939 




Buses 


Total 


Street-cars 


Buses 


Total 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 



Transportation 

Other operations 


... 840,588 
4,854 


231,602 
825 


1,072,190 
5,679 


Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 


. .. 845,442 
. .. 735,502 


232,427 
186,780 


1,077,869 
922,282 


Net revenue for year. . . . 


. .. 109,940 


45,647 


155,587 



Appropriation for dividend 122,969 

Surplus for year 32,618 



788,652 
9,094 


229,938 
674 


1,018,590 
9,768 


797,746 
661,465 


230,612 
190,376 


1,028,358 
851,841 


136,281 


40,236 


176,517 






177,228 






♦711 



'Deficit. 



1938 1939 

28.06 28.38 

Bus : 17.58 16.57 



Route-miles : 
Street-car 28.06 28.38 



Total 45.64 44.95 



Track-miles 42.80 42.62 

Passenger cars operated : 

Passenger cars 72 70 

Passenger buses 32 34 

Car-miles operated: 

Passenger cars 2,722,581 2,562,074 

Passenger buses 1,330,301 1,393,242 

Car-hours operated: 

Passenger cars 291,650 272,149 

Passenger buses 108,291 111,242 

Passengers carried 20,007,750 19,027,851 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue 

passengers 23.9% 19.6% 



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1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 103 



SECTION IX 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Relating to 

Properties Operated by The Hydro -Electric Power Commission in the 

Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay 

Systems on Behalf of Municipalities 

and to 

Northern Ontario Properties Held and Operated by the Commission 
in Trust for the Province of Ontario, and 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company — A Subsidiary of 

Niagara System 



IN this section of the Report financial statements relating to the activities 
of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission, segregated into certain distinct 
divisions, are presented. The first division relates to those activities on behalf 
of the co-operative municipalities, which are partners in the main ' 'Hydro" 
undertaking comprising the Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and 
Thunder Bay systems and certain minor properties. The second relates to 
the administration of the Northern Ontario Properties which are held and 
operated by the Commission in trust for the Province of Ontario. The third 
relates to The Hamilton Street Railway Company, a subsidiary of the Niagara 
system. 

Co-operative Systems 

In the Foreword to this Report a brief reference is made to the basic 
principle governing the operations of the "Hydro" undertaking in supplying 
electrical service at cost, and to the wholesale and retail aspects of the work. 
A description is also given of the several systems into which the partner muni- 
cipalities are co-ordinated for securing common action with respect to power 
supplies, through the medium of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
which, under The Power Commission Act, functions as their Trustee. 

Although for the purpose of financial administration the various systems 
are separate units, there is a similarity of procedure with respect to their 
operation which enables certain financial statements, as for example the 
various reserves, to be co-ordinated and presented in summary tables. 



104 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The first set of tables in Section IX gives collective results for the co- 
operative activities related to the four systems and minor associated proper- 
ties. These tables include a balance sheet; a statement of operation and 
cost distribution as detailed in the "cost of power" tables referred to below; 
schedules respecting fixed assets, capital expenditures and grants — rural 
power districts, power accounts receivable, funded debt issued or as- 
sumed, renewals reserves, contingencies and obsolescence reserves, 
stabilization of rates reserves, sinking fund reserves and the account 
with the Provincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario. 

The tables which follow these general financial statements relate more 
particularly to the individual municipality's aspects of the wholesale activities 
of the Commission and for each system show the cost of power to the in- 
dividual municipal utilities, the credit or debit adjustment that is made at 
the end of the fiscal year, and the sinking fund equity that has been acquired 
by the individual municipality. There is also included for each system a 
rural operating statement. 

The charges for power supplied by the Commission to the various muni- 
cipalities vary with the amounts of power used, the distances from the sources 
of supply and other factors. The entire capital cost of the various power 
developments and transmission systems is annually allocated to the connected 
municipalities and other wholesale power consumers, according to the relative 
use made of the lines and equipment. Each municipality assumes responsi- 
bility for that portion of property employed in providing and transmitting 
power for its use, together with such expenses — including the cost of pur- 
chased power if any — as are incidental to the provision and delivery of its 
wholesale power. The annual expenses and the appropriations for reserves 
are provided out of revenues collected in respect of such power, through the 
medium of power bills rendered by the Commission. The municipalities are 
billed at an estimated interim rate each month during the year and credit or 
debit adjustment is made at the end of the year,* when the Commission's 
books are closed and the actual cost payable by each municipality for power 
taken has been determined. 

Included in the municipality's remittance to the Commission for the 
wholesale cost of power — besides such current expenses as those for, operation 
and maintenance of plant, for administration, and for interest on capital — are 
sums required to build up reserves for sinking fund, for renewals, for contin- 
gencies and obsolescence, and for stabilization of rates. The first-mentioned 
reserve, namely, sinking fund, is being created on a 40-year basis for the 
purpose of liquidating capital liabilities. The other reserves are, respectively, 
being created to provide funds for the replacing or rebuilding of plant as it 
wears out, to enable the undertaking to replace existing equipment with 
improved equipment as it becomes available through advances in science and 
invention, and to meet unforeseen expenses which from time to time may 
arise. 



*The financial year for the Commission ends on October 31. The financial year for the 
municipal electric utilities, however, ends on December 31, and the municipal accounts are made 
up to this date, and so recorded in Section X. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 105 

The ultimate source of all revenue to meet costs — whether for the larger 
operations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission or for the smaller local 
operations of the municipalities — is, of course, the consumer. Out of the 
total revenue collected by each municipal utility from its consumers for service 
supplied, only an amount sufficient to pay the wholesale cost of power supplied 
by the Commission as outlined above is remitted to the Commission; the 
balance of municipal electrical revenue is retained to pay for the expense in- 
curred by the local utility in distributing the electrical energy to its consumers. 



Tabular Data 



The following comments relate to the tabular data presented: 

Balance Sheet. — The first tabular statement given in Section IX 
is a balance sheet showing the assets, and the liabilities of the several 
co-operative systems. 

Statement of Operation and Cost Distributions. — This state- 
ment is a summary of operating expenses and fixed charges as shown 
in the "cost of power" tables relating to the individual systems as re- 
ferred to more particularly below. 

Fixed Assets. — Details are given concerning the various fixed 
assets of each system and of the miscellaneous properties, whilst similar 
details are shown of the capital expenditures for the year ended October 
31, 1939. 

Capital Expenditures and Grants — Rural Power Districts. — 

This schedule gives summary information respecting the total capital 
expenditures on rural power districts and grants-in-aid of construction 
paid or payable by the Province with respect to such rural districts. 

Power Accounts Receivable. — This schedule sets forth the 
amounts collectable from all classes of power consumers and includes the 
annual adjustment figures from the "credit or charge" statements for 
municipalities. The main details of those debit balances three months 
or more overdue are stated. 

Funded Debt Issued or Assumed. — This schedule presents a 
complete list of the securities issued or assumed by the Commission on 
account of the several systems, and the Northern Ontario Properties. 
It should be noted that where securities have been issued to finance 
properties operated for others, this liability is only shown in memoran- 
dum form on the balance sheet of the Commission, whilst the direct 
liability is shown on the balance sheets of the Northern Ontario 
Properties. 



106 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Renewals Reserves, 

Contingencies and Obsolescence Reserves and 

Stabilization of Rates Reserves. — These schedules show the 
provisions made to, the expenditures from, and the balance to the 
credit of, these reserves for each of the systems and other properties 
included in the power undertakings operated on a cost basis. 

Sinking Fund Reserves. — This schedule summarizes the appro- 
priation of principal and interest with respect to these reserves for each 
of the systems and certain minor properties. 

Account with the Provincial Treasurer. — This schedule lists, 
both for the Niagara and other systems operated on a cost basis, and 
for the Northern Ontario Properties which are held and operated by 
the Commission in trust for the Province, the advances from the 
Province of Ontario and the repayments which have been applied to 
reduce this liability. It should be noted that Provincial advances to 
finance Northern Ontario Properties are shown in memorandum form 
only on the balance sheet of the Commission as the direct liability is 
carried on the Northern Ontario Properties' balance sheet. 

Following these statements, which are common to all systems, there are 
given for each of the individual co-operative systems four tabular statements 
as follows: 

Cost of Power statement, which shows the apportionment to each 
municipality of the items of cost summarized in the operating account, 
as well as the apportionment of fixed assets in service listed in the 
balance sheet and the amount of power taken by each municipality. 
It should be noted that the cost of power given in this table is the 
wholesale cost — that is, the cost which the Commission receives for the 
power delivered from the main transformer stations serving the local 
utility. In the case of municipal electrical utilities not directly admin- 
istered by the Commission, the respective costs of power appear in 
Statement "B" of Section X as "power purchased". 

Credit or Charge statement, which shows the adjustments made 
in order to bring the amounts paid by each municipal electric utility 
to the actual cost of service. The credits and charges for the municipal 
electric utilities are taken up and given effect to in the accounts of 
"Hydro" utilities. 

Sinking Fund statement, which gives the accumulated total of 
the amounts paid by each municipality as part of the cost of power 
together with its proportionate share of other sinking funds. 

Rural Operating statement, which summarizes for the rural 
power districts of the system the various items of cost, and the revenues 
received, in connection with the distribution of electrical energy to 
rural consumers. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 107 

Northern Ontario Properties 

The statements and schedules respecting these properties which are held 
and operated by the Commission in trust for the Province of Ontario include 
the balance sheet, operating and income accounts, schedules of fixed assets, 
renewals reserves, contingencies and obsolescence reserves, and sinking fund 
reserves. These schedules are similar in form to the corresponding schedules 
relating to the co-operative systems. 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company 

This is a subsidiary of the Niagara system of the Commission. A balance 
sheet and operating and income account are presented. 

Municipal Utilities 

All municipal ' 'Hydro" utilities have current expenses to meet similar to 
the expenses of the Commission and have adopted the same financial procedure 
with respect to their operations. In other words, concurrently with the 
creation of funds to liquidate their debt to the Commission and to provide the 
necessary reserves to protect generating, transforming and transmission sys- 
tems, the municipalities are taking similar action with respect to their local 
"Hydro" utility systems. 

The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data appearing in 
Section X, under the heading of "Municipal Accounts", relate to the operation 
of local distribution systems by individual municipalities which have con- 
tracted with the Commission for their supply of electrical energy. To this 
section there is an explanatory introduction to which the reader is specially 
referred. 



Auditing of Accounts 

The accounts of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are 
verified by auditors specially appointed by the Provincial Government. The 
accounts of the "Hydro" utility of each individual municipality are prepared 
according to approved and standard practice and The Public Utilities Act 
requires that they shall be audited by the auditors of the municipal 
corporation. 



108 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 109 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 

For the Year Ended October 31, 1939 

Relating to Properties operated on a "Cost Basis" for the Co-operating 

Municipalities and Rural Power Districts which are supplied with 

Electrical Power and Services from the following Properties: 

Niagara System 

Georgian Bay System 

Eastern Ontario System 

Thunder Bay System 

Non -System Properties 

Service and Administrative 
Buildings and Equipment 



STATEMENTS 

Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1939 

Statements of Operations and Cost of Power for the Year ended 
October 31, 1939. 

Schedules supporting the Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1939: 

Fixed Assets — By Systems and Properties 

Capital Expenditures and Grants — Rural Power Districts 

Power Accounts Receivable 

Funded Debt Issued or Assumed 

Renewals Reserves 

Contingencies and Obsolescence Reserves 

Stabilization of Rates Reserves 

Sinking Fund Reserves 

Account with the Provincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario 
Statements for Municipalities Receiving Power under Cost Contracts 



110 THIRTY^SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

BALANCE SHEET AS AT OCTOBER 31, 1939, 

Niagara System Georgian Bay System 



ASSETS 

FIXED ASSETS: 

Niagara system $225,300,674 . 10 

Georgian Bay system . 13,773,078.28 

Eastern Ontario system 26,336,955. 79 

Thunder Bay system 20,105,059.65 

Non-system properties ....;..... 414,320 . 48 

Service and administrative buildings and equipment 3,267,086.38 

$289,197,174.68 
Less: Grants-in-aid of construction: 

Province of Ontario — for rural power districts 16,596,670.63 

$272,600,504.05 

INVESTMENTS: 

Toronto, Port Credit, St. Catharines Radial Railways— secured $2,201,775.47 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company — Capital stock 3,000,000.00 

City of Toronto debentures (Toronto and York Radial)— Collateral 2,375,000.00 

Other investments 213,117.00 

■ 7,789,892.47 

CURRENT ASSETS: 

Cash in banks $ 1,279,262.99 

Employees' working funds 77,465. 43 

Sundry accounts receivable 477,186. 78 

Power accounts receivable 4,155,172 . 73 

Rural power district grants receivable , 436,562 . 53 

Interest accrued 658,608.38 

Consumers' and contractors' deposits: 

Cash deposits $ 51,255.05 

Securities— at par value 515,200.00 

566,455.05 

Prepayments 32,097.23 

7,682,811.12 

INVENTORIES: 

Construction and maintenance materials and supplies $ 2,374,258.86 

Construction and maintenance tools and equipment 901,163.02 

Office equipment 104,530.07 

3,379,951 . 95 

DEFERRED ASSETS: 

Agreements and mortgages $ 856,672 . 91 

Rural district loans 115,612. 17 

Work in progress — deferred work orders 106,785. 07 

1,079.070.15 

UNAMORTIZED DISCOUNT ON DEBENTURES 404,085.07 

RESERVE FUNDS: 

Investments — Specific reserves $ 48,465,593. 42 

Employers' Liability Insurance Fund: 

Investments $977,285.44 

Deposits with the Workmen's Compensation Board 33,942. 18 

1,011,227.62 

Pension Fund, investments 5,956,591 . 79 

55,433,412.83 

SINKING FUNDS: 

Investments $ 315,995.24 

Deposits in the hands of trustees — including temporary investments 448,763.28 

764,758 . 52 

$349,134,486. 16 



1940 



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111 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

IN WHICH THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES ARE INCLUDED: 

Eastern Ontario System Thunder Bay System Non-System Properties 



LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 

LONG TERM LIABILITIES: 

Funded Debt Issued or Assumed $111,624,036. 33 

Less — Debentures issued to finance Northern Ontario Properties 29,500,000.00 

$ 82,124,036.33 

Advances from the Province of Ontario $146,563,260.91 

Less — Advances for Northern Ontario Properties 6,223,284.82 

140.339,976.09 

Purchase Agreements: 

Thunder Bay system transmission lines 148,152 . 97 



-$222,612,165.39 



CURRENT LIABILITIES: 

Bank of Montreal— short term loans— secured $ 3,000,000.00 

Accounts and payrolls payable 1,973,936. 39 

Northern Ontario Properties — Current account 54,888.33 

The Hamilton Street Railway Co.— Current account 10,962.01 

Power accounts — credit balances * 24,150 . 95 

Advances from the Province of Ontario for rural loans 125,240 . 87 

Consumers' and contractors' deposits 570,987 . 47 

Debenture interest accrued 904,570.87 

Miscellaneous interest and exchange accrued 98,604 . 62 

Miscellaneous accruals 33,883 . 86 

6,797,225.37 

RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— Rates Suspense, net 1,251,611.30 

UNAMORTIZED PREMIUM ON DEBENTURES 108,666.91 

RESERVES: 

Renewals $ 43,501,707. 11 

Contingencies and obsolescence 8,499,717.25 

Stabilization of rates 5,709,102 .09 

Fire insurance 80,640 . 74 

— $. 57,791,167. 19 

Employers' liability insurance 1,050,379.01 

Pension fund 6,084,974.20 

Miscellaneous 635,079.83 



65,561,600.23 



SINKING FUND RESERVE: 

Represented by: 

Funded debt retired through sinking funds $ 22,767,209. 46 

Provincial advances retired through sinking funds 29,265,262 . 01 

Available balance 770,745.49 



52,803,216.96 
$349,134,486.16 



Auditors' Certificate 

We have examined the Accounts of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the year ended the 
31st October, 1939, and report that, in our opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit a 
true and correct view of the state of the Commission's affairs at the 31st of October, 1939, according to the best of 
our information and the explanations given to us, and as shown by the books and records of the Commission. We 
have obtained all the information and explanations we have required. 



Dated at Toronto, Ontario, 
29th February. 1940. 



OSCAR HUDSON AND CO., 

Chartered Accountants, 

Auditors. 



112 



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No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Statement of Operations and Cost of Power for 





Cost of 

power 

purchased 


Operating 
maintenance 
and admin- 
istrative 
expenses 


Interest 


Provision 

for 
renewals 


Provision 

for 
contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 
cence 


Niagara System : 
Municipalities 


$ c. 

4,936,546.85 

304,060.28 

1,528,467.31 

31,641.79 


$ c. 

2,865,978.44 

259,987.66 

903,282.97 

71,672.85 


$ c. 

6,829,212.36 

500,997. 65 

1,783,366.88 

61,811.45 


$ c. 

1,071,407.90 

93,964.99 

240,047.69 

11,841.54 


$ c. 


Rural power districts 

Companies 

Local distribution systems 










Total 


6,800,716.23 


4,100,921.92 


9,175,388.34 


1,417,262.12 




Georgian Bay System : 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts 

Companies 




16,929.83 

9,263.30 

849.65 

368.32 


313,353.26 
69,050. 78 
13,930.95 
14,190.92 


329,528.84 
77,770.62 
15,650. 40 
11,701.55 


86,334.05 

21,334.42 

4,142.55 

3,868.79 


26,722.86 
6,361.80 
1,275.46 


Local distribution systems . 


1,515.24 


Total 


27,411.10 


410,525.91 


434,651.41 


115,679.81 


35,875. 36 


Eastern Ontario System: 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts 

Companies 




772,442.08 

79,047.32 

159,122.04 

3,355.43 


523,669.81 

68,469. 12 

119,781.52 

9,180.09 

3,057.04 

21,273.25 


630,295.84 

85,511.60 

150,972.62 

5,556.52 

202.05 

12,973.27 


144,663.47 

21,894.36 

36,251.75 

1,551.34 


47,314.92 

6,697.66 

12,173.53 


Local electric dist. system. 
Local gas dis. system.. . , 


308.69 


Pulp mill. 


10,104. 53 


1,964.00 


773.35 






Total 


1,024,071.40 


745,430.83 


885,511.90 


206,324.92 


67,268. 15 


Thunder Bay System : 
Municipalities 






180,093.24 
2,565.17 

178,020.29 


558,857.32 
4,355.55 

353,899.71 


105,344.16 
873.64 

53,140.81 


55,996. 81 


Rural power districts 




439.31 


Companies and local dis- 
tribution systems 




30,077. 05 








Total 




360,678.70 


917,112.58 


159,358.61 


86,513.17 


Cost of Distribution of 
power within R.P.D.'s: 
Niagara system R.P.D. . . . 
Georgian Bay sys. R.P.D. . 
Eastern Ontario sys. R.P.D. 






*1,253,633.83 

*219,499.28 

*300,290.80 

*9,081.34 

6,439.97 

10,971.00 

8,596.70 


716,779.89 
131,276.84 
218,760.35 
6,615.00 
6,098.94 
3,804.83 
5,761.79 


452,129.91 
95,848. 87 

154,120.34 
5,214.23 
3,742.64 
2,509.08 
1,178.47 


198,134.37 

38,889. 57 

65,015.06 

2,238.58 

1,642.49 

1,019.14 

589.24 








Thunder Bay sys. R.P.D.. 
Manitoulin R.P.D 






Nipissing R.P.D 

Sudbury R.P.D 








Total. . 


1,808,512.92 


1,089,097.64 


714,743.54 


307,528.45 




Rural Lines operated by 
Municipalities: 
Niagara rural lines 








845.80 
155.66 


401.17 
56.74 


200.59 


Georgian Bay rural lines . 






28.37 










Total 






1,001.46 


457.91 


228.96 










Total for all systems 

R P D 's eliminations 


9,660,711.65 
*(1,782,505.25) 


6,706,655.00 


12,128,409.23 


2,206,611.82 


189,885.64 












Net total for all systems .... 
Grand Summary : 
Niagara system 


7,878,206.40 


6,706,655.00 


12,128,409.23 


2,206,611.82 


189,885.64 


6,800,716.23 

27,411.10 

1,024,071.40 


4,817,701.81 

541,802.75 

964,191.18 

367,293.70 

15,665.56 


9,628,364.05 
530,655.94 

1,039,632.24 

922,326.81 

7,430.19 


1,615,797.66 

154,626.12 

271,339.98 

161,597.19 

3,250.87 


200.59 


Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system. . . 
Thunder Bay system 


35,903.73 
67,268.15 
86,513.17 


Non-system properties. . . . 


26,007. 67 








7,878,206.40 


6,706,655.00 


12,128,409.23 


2,206,611.82 


189,885.64 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



113 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Each System for the Year ended October 31, 1939 



Provision 
for 

stabiliza- 
tion 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


Operating 
balances 
in respect 
of power sold 
to private 
companies 


Total cost 


Amount 
received from 

(or billed 

against) 

municipalities 

and other 

customers 


Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to municipalities 


of rates 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,591,311.73 

116,820.86 

466,235.71 

14,413.00 


$ c. 
(358,853.04) 
(22,197.61) 
382,720.07 
( 1,669.42) 


$ c. 

16,935,604.24 

♦1,253,633.83 

5,304,120.63 

189,711.21 


$ c. 

17,118,446.64 

♦1,253,633.83 

5,304,120.63 

189,711.21 


$ c. 
303,170.42 


$ c. 
120,328.02 


























2,188,781.30 




23,683,069.91 


23,865,912.31 


303,170.42 


120,328.02 








76,785.90 
17,321.10 


73,477.63 

17,261.78 

3,473.72 

2,597.24 


5,033.92 

1,135.48 

( 5,817.31) 

( 352.09) 


928,166.29 

♦219,499.28 

33,505.42 

33,889.97 


943,896.67 

♦219,499.28 

33,505.42 

33,889.97 


27,103.52 


11,373.14 




















94,107.00 


96,810.37 




1,215,060.96 


1,230,791.34 


27,103.52 


11,373 14 








157,430.80 
19,965.20 


142,148.18 

19,246.47 

40,762.48 

1,149.80 


( 4,265.42) 
( 540.93) 
15,533.66 
7,293.11 
( 1,016.10) 
(17,004.32) 


2,413,699.68 

♦300,290.80 

534,597.60 

28,394.98 

2,242.99 

32,459.86 


2,423,716.34 

♦300,290.80 

534,597.60 

28,394.98 

2,242.99 

32,459.86 


29,836.33 


19,819.67 






















2,375.78 












177,396.00 


205,682.71 




3,311,685.91 


3,321,702.57 


29,836.33 


19,819.67 








24,078.15 
170.75 


126,266.41 
984.51 

162,600.07 


(43,374.90) 
( 307.59) 

43,682.49 


1,007,261.19 
*9,081.34 

843,330.06 


1,012,926.43 
♦9,081.34 

843,330.06 


5,872.23 


206.99 


21,909.64 












46,158. 54 


289,850.99 




1,859,672.59 


1,865,337.83 


5,872.23 


206 99 










105,426. 10 

21,274.34 

34,688.55 

1,178.61 

900. 18 

540.49 

310.23 




2,726,104.10 
506,788.90 
772,875.10 
24,327. 76 
18,824.22 
18,844.54 
16,436.43 


2,834,782.69 
449,428.70 
766,209. 79 
23,211.36 
16,532.26 
21,202.12 
24,721.24 


108,678.59 








57,360 20 








6,665 31 








1,116 40 






2,291 96 






2,357. 58 
8,284.81 


















164,318.50 




4,084,201.05 


4,136,088. 16 


119,320.98 


67,433 87 










361.05 
51.07 




1,808.61 
291.84 


1,808.61 
291.84 
























412.12 




2,100.45 


2,100.45 














317,661 54 


2,945,855.99 




34,155,790.87 
♦(1,782,505.25) 


34,421,932.66 
♦(1,782,505.25) 


485,303.48 


219,161 69 


















317,661.54 


2,945,855.99 




32,373,285.62 


32,639,427.41 


485,303.48 


219,161 69 










2,294,568.45 

118,135.78 

240,371.26 

291,029.60 

1,750.90 




25,157,348.79 

1,502,642.42 

3,784,270.21 

1,874,919.01 

54,105.19 


25,448,869.78 

1,461,012.60 

3,787,621.56 

1,879,467.85 

62,455.62 


411,849.01 

27,103.52 

29,836.33 

5,872.23 

10,642.39 


120,328 02 


94,107.00 




68,733 34 


177,396.00 




26,484 98 


46,158 54 




1,323 39 






2,291 96 








317,661.54 


2,945,855.99 




32,373,285.62 


32,639,427.41 


485,303.48 


219,161.69 



114 



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No. 26 



THE HYDRO- ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1939 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 




Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Water rights 

and 

intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non-renewable 


Renewable 




Power Plants: 
Niagara river: 
Queenston-Chippawa. . . 
Ontario Power 


$ c. 

23,287.06 
8,710.10 
1,634.52 

6,123.04 

1,916.63 


$ c 

16,469.40 
6,329.16 


$ c. 

7,281,151.42 
3,823,511.60 

8,146,525.70 


$ c. 
47,960,952.18 


$ c. 

28,870,840.41 

14,902,844.02 

7,693,299.43 

6,288,986.78 

3,354,470.00 


$ c. 

76,848.261.99 
22,190,324.60 
11,516,811 03 


Ottawa river: 
Chats Falls 


8,852.20 
23,314.74 


809,544.12 

165,750.13 
502,390.58 


7,107,383.10 


Welland canal: 
DeCew Falls 


11,690,060.57 




502,390 58 


Preliminary river sur- 






819.836.09 




819,836 09 
















20,417.89 


54,965.50 


20,071,024.81 


49,438,637.01 


61,110,440.64 


130,675.067.96 


Transformer Stations: 


782,676.55 
204,010.98 


461,366.32 
8,613.04 




326,045.38 


27,300,711.53 
10,215,821.37 


28,088,123.23 


Eastern — Chats Falls. . . 




10,224,434.41 












986,687.53 


469,979.36 




326,045.38 


37,516,532.90 


38,312,557 64 








Transmission Lines: 
Southern Ontario: 


30,270.15 
24,524.66 

1,119.10 
40.87 






7,008,610.12 
18,227.76 

1,643,446.80 




7,008,610.12 




98,157.90 




18,425,959.10 


18,542,344.76 


Eastern— Chats Falls: 


1,643,446.80 




50.15 




7,501.193.23 


7,501,243.38 












55,873.04 


98,208.05 




8,670,284.68 


25,927,152.33 


34,695.645.06 


Local Systems: 
Niagara peninsula and 


4,656.64 
77.61 








257,997.98 


257,997.98 


Lincoln Electric: 
St. Catharines system . . . 






187,327.61 


187,327.61 












4,579.03 






187,327.61 


257,997.98 


445,325.59 












1,067,557.49 
1,185,831.06 


623,152.91 
54,126.06 


20,071,024.81 


58,622,294.68 


124,812,123.85 

10,569,190.80 
10,474,576.52 


204,128,596.25 


Rural Power Districts: 
H-E.P.C. investment.. . . 
Government grants 


10.623,316.86 
10,528,702.57 








Rural Lines: 
Welland and Milton 


2,367,067.47 


108,252.11 






21,043,767.32 
20,058.42 


21,152,019.43 
20,058.42 
















3,434,624.96 


731.405.02 


20,071,024.81 


58,622,294.68 


145,875.949.59 


225,300,674.10 



Cost of Power schedules. . . 
Rural Operating schedules. 
Rural Lines schedules. . . . 



Cost 
statements 



204,069,851.35 

10,682,061.76 

20.058.42 



Transfers for 
cost purposes 



58,744.90 
58,744.90 



Fixed assets 
as above 



$ c. 

204,128,596.25 

10,623,316.86 

20.058.42 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



115 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets — October 31, 1939 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 





Net 
capital 

expendi- 
tures in 

the year 


Fixed Assets 




Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Water rights 

and 

intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non- 
renewable 


Renewable 




Power Plants: 
Musquash river: 
Bala No. 1 and No. 2 plants. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
68,658.43 


$ c. 

1,810.00 
21,567.35 

17,224.03 


$ c. 

50,610.70 
1,256,892.39 


$ c. 
121,079.13 


60,024.34 

199.06 

1,143.85 
109.89 




1,278,459.74 


Lands and water rights: 
(Ragged Rapids, Big Eddy, 
Sandy Grey and Go Home 




30,600.78 

15,302.32 

122,540.48 

4,107.56 

6,598.51 


47,824 . 81 


Severn river: 
Wasdells ... 


14.40 


133,125.99 
549,400.37 


148,442.71 


Big Chute 




671,940.85 








4,107.56 


Beaver river: 
Eugenia 


18,495.33 


12,824.50 


142,381.92 
16,000.00 


1,096,677.05 

25,932.55 

114,706.86 

68,421.32 

447,507.68 

305,826.88 

208,017.10 

29,540.16 


1,258,481.98 


Saugeen river: 


41,932.55 




673.06 
225.00 

8,906.78 
400.36 
553.85 


65.23 


97,721.83 
69,462.43 

17,365.93 
42,565.75 


212,493.92 






137,883 . 75 


Muskoka river: 
South Falls 






464,873 . 61 




90.30 


8,983.70 
34,682 . 12 
16,569.79 


357,466.63 




242,699 . 22 








46,109.95 








14,912.93 
4,200.00 
5,859.20 


14,912.93 


Sauble river: 
Lands and rights 


16,658.09 








4,200.00 


Gull river: 








5,859 . 20 
















70,937.61 


12,994.43 


499,896.15 


259,218.91 


4,286,659.05 


5,058,768.54 




105,062.92 
1,494.19 
2,777.60 


53,081.66 

1,718.68 

737.09 






1,406,115.48 

2,738,693.17 

95,428.69 


1,459,197.14 








2,740,411.85 








96,165.78 








Sub-total 


180,272.32 

445,478.59 
433,784.04 


68,531.86 

43,704.75 
43,704.75 


499,896.15 


259,218.91 


8,526,896.39 

2,233,038.69 
2,095,249.61 


9,354,543.31 


Rural Power Districts: 
H-E.P.C. investment 


2,276,743 . 44 


Government grants 






2,138,954.36 












879,262.63 


87,409.50 






4,328,288.30 


4,415,697.80 










Rural Lines: 

Brechin and Flesherton 










2,837.17 


2,837.17 
















1,059,534.95 


155,941.36 


499,896.15 


259,218.91 


12,858,021.86 


13,773,078.28 





Cost 
statements 


Transfers for 
cost purposes 


Fixed assets 
as above 


Cost of power schedules 


$ c. 

9,337,421.91 

2,293,864.84 

2,837.17 


$ c. 
17,121.40 
17,121.40 


$ c. 
9,354,543.31 


Rural Operating schedules 


2,276,743.44 


Rural Lines schedules 


2.837.17 



116 



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No. 26 



THE HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Fixed Assets — October 31, 1939 
EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



Power Plants: 
Fenelon river: 

Fenelon Falls 

Otonabee river: 

Auburn 

Douro 

Lakefield 

Young's Point 

Trent river: 

Heely Falls 

Seymour 

Ranney Falls 

Ranney Falls No. 3 

Crow river 

Hagues Reach 

Meyersburg 

Sills Island 

Frankford 

Sydney 

Deer river: 

Cordova power site 

Gull river: 

Norland and Elliot Chute site 
Mississippi river: 

High Falls 

Carleton Place 

Galetta 

Ragged Chutes, Playfair and 
Appleton sites 

Rosebank and Blakeney sites 

Pakenham 

Surveys 

Madawaska river: 

Calabogie 

Storage dams 

Undeveloped sites 

Preliminary river surveys. . . . 

Miscellaneous equipment 

Inactive plant 

Intangible 



Transformer Stations . . . 

Transmission Lines 

Local Electric Systems . . 
Campbellford Pulp Mill 
Cobourg Gas Works. . . . 

Sub-total 

Rural Power Districts: 

H-E.P.C. investment. . 

Government grants 



Net 
capital 

expendi- 
tures in 

the year 



$ c 

78.40 

968.38 



643.42 
31.48 

1,854.89 

1,339.71 

2,371 . 79 

92.51 



873.29 

618.27 

6,034.72 

372.89 

87.40 



553.71 

0.46 

125.60 



983.75 



6,879.86 



943.74 



24,669.25 



94,066.32 

1,172.01 

180,904.97 



25,913.01 



86,910.40 



697,983.96 
693,968.63 



1,391.952.59 



1,305,042.19 



Fixed Assets 



Under 
construc- 
tion 



$ c 



34.69 



36.70 



1,328.90 



4.76 



689.16 



125.60 



983.75 



943.74 
7.00 



4,154.30 



68,368.94 
26,555.78 



99,079.02 



38,759.23 
38,756.35 



77.515.58 



176,594.60 



In service 



Water rights 

and 

intangible 

items 



$ c. 
60,000.00 
31,400.00 



15,054.96 
1,978.09 



1,000.00 



2,234.69 



17,577.60 



52,272.85 
23,321 . 18 



10,594.39 



2,000.00 
650,000.00 
132,224.23 



2,217,761.29 



3,217,419.28 



703.00 



3,218,122.28 



3,218,122.28 



Physical property 



Non- 
renewable 



4,565.09 
752.72 



18,596.20 



38,679.36 



13,113.84 

9,929.06 

20,000.00 



,825.74 
555.00 



187,017.01 



76.496.84 
323,050.37 



52,559.93 



639,124.15 



639,124.15 



Renewable 



$ 

84,400.73 

289,507.84 

68,478.30 

217,659.86 

7,813.69 

1,188,495.53 

302,440.08 

1,342,830.88 

54,505.66 



574,325.59 
837,847.44 
241,636.75 
252,772.92 
251,887.69 



685,902.89 

47,847.10 

128,118.21 



677,806.43 
16,075.18 



46,504.47 



7,316.857.24 



2,966,518.56 

4,857,596.78 

26,643.24 



15,167,615.82 



3,591,885.08 
3,543,613.86 



7,135,498.94 



22,303.114.76 



Total 



144,400.73 

320,942.53 
68,478.30 

237,279.91 
10,544.50 

1,188.532.23 
302,440.08 

1,342,830.88 
73,101.86 
1,000.00 
574,325.59 
837,847.44 
281,645.01 
252,772.92 
251,892.45 

2,234.69 

17,577.60 

699,705.89 

57,776.16 

148,118.21 

52,398.45 

23,321.18 

983.75 

10,594.39 

758,632.17 

18,630.18 

650,000.00 

132,224.23 

47,448.21 

7.00 

2,217,761.29 



10,725,447.83 



3,111,384.34 

5,207,202.93 

27,346.24 

52,559.93 



19,123,941.27 



3,630,644.31 
3,582,370.21 



7,213,014.52 



26,336,955.79 



Cost of Power schedules . . 
Rural Operating schedules . 



Cost 
statements 


$ c. 
19,089,818.59 
3,664,766.99 



Transfers for 
cost purposes 



$ c. 
34,122.68 
34,122.68 



Fixed assets 
as above 



19,123,941.27 
3.630.644.31 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



117 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Fixed Assets— October 31, 1939 
THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 





Net 
capital 

expendi- 
tures in 

the year 


Fixed Assets 




Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Water rights 

and 

intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non- 
renewable 


Renewable 




Power Plants: 
Nipigon river: 
Cameron Falls 


$ c. 

51,756.48 
1,903.30 


$ c. 

766.73 
3,106.09 


$ c. 


$ c. 

245,218.71 
76,898.34 
55,450.41 


$ c. 

8,951,197.70 

5,370,461.63 

426,736.74 


$ c. 
9,197,183.14 






5,450,466.06 






482,187.15 


Deficit, 1921-1923 






620,818.33 
30,242.35 


620,818.33 












30,242.35 
















53,659.78 


3,872.82 


651,060.68 


377,567.46 


14,748,396.07 


15,780,897.03 


Transformer Stations 


23,762.46 
31,338.75 
14,340.41 


1,133.13 

391.18 

1,631.57 




339,087.82 

960,582.05 

70,152.77 


887,967.49 
1,724,793.21 


1,228,188.44 


Transmission Lines 




2,685,766.44 




71,784.34 










Sub-total 


123,101.40 

72,837.33 
72,837.33 


7,028.70 

23.280.65 
23,280.66 


651,060.68 


1,747,390.10 


17,361,156.77 

145,931.05 
145,931.04 


19,766,636.25 


Rural Power Districts: 


169,211.70 


Government grants 






169,211.70 












145,674.66 


46,561.31 






291,862.09 


338,423.40 












268,776.06 


53,590.01 


651,060.68 


1,747,390.10 


17,653,018.86 


20,105,059.65 



Cost of Power schedules. . . 
Rural Operating schedules . 



Cost 
statements 



19,766,636.25 
169,211.70 



Fixed assets 
as above 



$ c. 

19,766,636.25 

169,211.70 



NON-SYSTEM PROPERTIES 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 




Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non- 
renewable 


Renewable 




Bonnechere River Storage: 
Round Lake dam 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
23,185.58 


$ c. 


$ c. 
23,185.58 


Deficit, 1917-1931 






28,556.30 




28,556.30 


Nipissing Rural Power District: 
H-E.P.C. investments 






28,556.30 


23.185.58 




51,741.88 


14,113.25 
14,113.24 


2,808.02 
2,808.01 






56,000.83 
55,257.09 


58 808 85 


Government grants 






58,065.10 










28,226.49 


5,616.03 






111,257.92 


116,873.95 


Manitoulin Rural Power District: 
H-E.P.C. investments: 


37.00 
18,141.34 


37.00 
422.26 






5,549.10 
86,784.86 


5,586.10 


Transmission lines 






87,207.12 




18,178.34 
17.519.38 


459.26 
422.26 






92,333.96 
85,399.69 


92,793.22 


Government grants 






85,821.95 




35,697.72 


881.52 






177,733.65 


178,615.17 










Sudbury Rural Power District : 


33,544.74 
33,544.74 








33,544.74 
33.544.74 


33,544.74 


Government grants 








33,544.74 




67,089.48 








67,089.48 


67,089.48 




131.013.69 


6,497.55 


28,556.30 


23.185.58 


356.081.05 


414,320.48 



118 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1939 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICE BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT 





Net 
capital 

expendi- 
tures in 

the year 


Fixed Assets 




Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non- 
renewable 


Renewable 




Administrative Buildings: 
Toronto: 


$ c. 
42,151.85 


$ c. 
2,115.22 


$ c. 


$ c. 
229,186.20 


$ c. 

1,491,051.35 
160,821.95 


$ C. 

1,722,352.77 
160,821.95 


Elm and Centre Streets 


















42,151.85 


2,115.22 




229,186.20 


1,651,873.30 


1,883,174.72 








Service Buildings and Equipment: 
Toronto: 
Strachan Avenue 


7,669.15 
9,425.80 








539,278.37 
72,563.21 
22,070.08 


539,278.37 


1379 Bloor Street West 








72,563.21 


Cobourg 








22,070 08 


Hamilton 








750,000.00 


750,000.00 
















17,094.95 






750,000.00 


633,911.66 


1,383.911.66 












59,246.80 


2,115.22 




979,186.20 


2,285,784.96 


3,267,086.38 









SUMMARY 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 




Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non- 
renewable 


Renewable 




Niagara system 


$ c. 

3,434.624.96 

1,059,534.95 

1,305,042.19 

268,776.06 

131,013.69 

59,246.80 


$ c. 

731,405.02 

155,941.36 

176,594.60 

53,590.01 

6,497.55 

2,115.22 


$ c. 

20,071,024.81 

499,896.15 

3,218,122.28 

651,060.68 

28,556.30 


$ c. 

58,622,294.68 

259,218.91 

639,124.15 

1,747,390.10 

23,185.58 

979,186.20 


$ c. 

145,875,949.59 

12,858,021.86 

22,303,114.76 

17,653,018.86 

356,081.05 

2,285,784.96 


$ c. 
225,300,674.10 


Georgian Bay system .... 

Eastern Ontario system . . 

Thunder Bay system .... 

Non-system properties. . . 

Service and administra- 
tive buildings and 
equipment 


13,773,078.28 

26,336,955.79 

20,105,059.65 

414,320.48 

3,267,086.38 








Less: Grants in aid of con- 
struction: 

Province of Ontario — for 
rural power districts. . . 


.6,258,238.65 
2,447,003.77 


1,126,143.76 
163,098.08 


24,468,660.22 


62,270,399.62 


201,331,971.08 
16,433,572.55 


289,197,174.68. 
16,596,670.63 




3,811,234.88 


963,045.68 


24,468,660.22 


62 270 399.62 


184.898,398.53 


272,600,504.05 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



119 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES AND GRANTS— RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Summary at October 31, 1939 

Statement showing the Total Capital Expenditures to October 31, 1939, on the construc- 
tion of Primary and Secondary lines in Rural Power Districts; the portion thereof 
in course of construction, and the investment in lines in operation; also the 
amounts of the Grants (fifty per cent of both Primary and Secondary 
lines) paid or payable to the Commission by the Province of Ontario 
up to October 31, 1939 



System 


Total 

capital 

expenditure 


In course 

of 

construction 


In 
operation 


Grants (50% of 

Primary and Secondary 

lines) paid or payable 

by the Province 

as authorized 

by Orders-in-Council* 


Niagara system 


$ c. 
21,152,019.43 


$ c. 
108,252.11 


$ c. 
21,043,767.32 


$ c. 
10,528,702.57 


Georgian Bay system 


4,415,697.80 


87,409.50 


4,328,288.30 


2,138,954.36 


Eastern Ontario system 


7,213,014.52 


77,515.58 


7,135,498.94 


3,582,370.21 


Thunder Bay system 


338,423.40 


46,561.31 


291,862.09 


169,211.70 


Non-System properties: 










Nipissing district 


116,873.95 


5,616.03 


111,257.92 


58,065 . 10 


Manitoulin district 


173,029.07 


844.52 


172,184.55 


85,821.95 


Sudbury district 


67,089.48 




67,089.48 


33,544.74 








Totals 


33,476,147.65 


326,199.05 


33,149,948.60 


16,596,670.63 



♦Grants not made by Province in respect of a summer resort, street lighting systems in 78 
districts, service buildings in 3 districts and amounts paid for business already established (herein- 
after called Intangible Assets) in 11 rural distribution systems purchased from private companies. 

Note: 

The Grants payable by the Province — as above set out — in 
respect of rural power districts as at October 31, 1939, amount 
in the aggregate to $16,596,670.63 

The cash paid over by the Province to the Commission up to 
October 31, 1939 on account of authorized grants to rural 
power districts— amount to 16,160,108.10 

Balance payable by Province $ 436,562 .53 



120 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Power Accounts Receivable 





Wholesale power consumers 


System or property 


Interim 
power bills 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a charge or credit 

on October 31, 1939 


Net total for 
wholesale 




Charge 


Credit 


consumers 


Niagara System : 

Municipalities 


$ c. 

1,910,835.86 
641,868.87 


$ c. 
124,618.89 


$ c. 
302,855.92 


$ c. 
1,732,598.83 


Companies 


641,868.87 


Rural and local 








Lincoln Electric 






















2,552,704.73 


124,618.89 


302,855.92 


2,374,467.70 


Georgian Bay System: 

Municipalities 


122,818.57 
5,237.46 


11,373.14 


27,103.52 


107,088.19 


Companies 


5,237.46 


Rural and local 




















128,056.03 


11,373.14 


27,103.52 


112,325.65 


Eastern Ontario System : 
Municipalities 


301,379.83 
53,239.75 


19,819.67 


29,836.33 


291,363.17 


Companies 

Rural 


53,239.75 








Local 






















354,619.58 


19,819.67 


29,836.33 


344,602.92 


Thunder Bay System: 

Municipalities 


166,914.42 
152,552.94 


206.99 


5,872.23 


161,249.18 


Companies 


152,552.94 


Rural and local. . 




















319,467.36 


206.99 


5,872.23 


313,802.12 


Non-System Properties: 
Manitoulin rural 










Nipissing rural 










Sudbury rural 








































Grand totals 


3,354,847.70 


156,018.69 


365,668.00 


3,145,198.39 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



121 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1939 



Retail power 

consumers — 

local and 


Net total of 

power accounts 

receivable 


Balance sheet figures 


Debit balances 
three months or 


rural 
districts 


Debit 
balances 


Credit 
balances 


more overdue 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,732,598.83 

641,868.87 

618,931.86 

4,808.95 


$ c. 

1,755,493.24 

641,868.87 

618,931.86 

4,808.95 


$ c. 
22,894.41 


$ c. 
611.76 






618,931.86 




24,981.26 


4,808.95 




108.77 








623,740.81 


2,998,208.51 


3,021,102.92 


22,894.41 


25,701.79 .. 




107,088.19 

5,237.46 

144,032.62 


107,748.51 

5,237.46 

144,032.62 


660.32 








144,032.62 




6,261.18 . 








144,032.62 


256,358.27 


257,018.59 


660.32 


6,261.18 




291,363.17 

53,239.75 

189,771.28 

2,431.03 


291,959.39 

53,239.75 

189,771.28 

2,431.03 


596.22 








189,771.28 




10,721.44 


2,431.03 




44.21 








192,202.31 


536,805.23 


537,401.45 


596.22 


10,765.65 




161,249.18 

152,552.94 

9,509.99 


161,249.18 

152,552.94 

9,509.99 










69,868.37 


9,509.99 




1,248.75 








9,509.99 


323,312.11 


323,312.11 




71,117.12 








6,482.74 


6,482.74 
3,910.94 
5,943.98 


6,482.74 
3,910.94 
5,943.98 




27.93 


3,910.94 




116.41 


5,943.98 




97.80 








16,337.66 


16,337.66 


16,337.66 




242 . 14 








985,823.39 


4,131,021.78 


4,155,172.73 


24,150.95 


114,087.88 



122 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Funded Debt Issued or 



Description 


Application of proceeds 


234%-2%% Serial debentures 


Repayment of Province of Ont. advances 


5% H-E.P.C. debentures 


Refunding Toronto Power Co. 


6% " " 


Toronto Power Co. 


6% " " 


T. & Y. R.R. equipment 


23^% « " 


Refunding Prov. of Ont. advances, etc. 


6% " " 


Refunding Ontario Power Co. 


314% " " 


Refunding D.P. & T. and E. D. Co's. 


5% Ontario Power Co. bonds 


Ontario Power Co. 


23^% H-E.P.C. debentures 


Refunding Prov. of Ont. advances, etc. 


5% Ontario Transmission Co. bonds 


Ontario Transmission Co. 


3% H-E.P.C. debentures 


Financing Plant Extensions 


3%% " " 


Refunding Toronto Power Co. 


4% " " 


Ontario Power Co. 


4% " " 


Essex system 


4% " " 


Thorold system 


4%% u « 


Dominion Power & Transmission Co. 


Municipal debentures assumed 




Radial Railways: 

6% Hydro-Electric Railway bonds 


Toronto & York Radial 


Funded debt as shown on the Balance Sheet of 
the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario 




Northern Ontario Properties: 

23^% H-E.P.C. debentures 


Abitibi & St. Joseph districts 


2^% " " 


(Refunding Ontario Power Service Corp'n 
\ and for financing plant extensions 
Financing Plant Extensions 


33^% " " 


3% " " 


Funded Debt relating to all properties vested in, 
or operated by, the Commission . . , 








Hydro-Electric Radial Railway bonds pledged with the 

Bank of Montreal as security for loan of $500,000.00: 

5% Hydro-Electric Railway bonds 


Port Credit & St. Catharines Radial 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



123 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Assumed— October 31, 1939 



Date of issue 


Date of maturity 


Principal 

outstanding 

October 31, 1939 


Interest for the 
year 1938-1939 


Interest accrued 
October31,1939 


March 15, 1937 


Septemberl5, 1937/39 
June 15, 1939 
December 1, 1940 
December 1, 1940 
March 1, 1941 
June 24, 1941 
January 1, 1943 
February 1, 1943 
June 15, 1944 
May 1, 1945 
August 1, 1948 
February 1, 1953 
August 1, 1957 
June 1, 1958 
December 1, 1958 
January 1, 1970 

July 1, 1943 
December 1, 1940 


$ c. 
4,000,000.00 
4,000,000.00 


$ c. 

58,437.50 
125,000.00 

24,792.00 

12,348.00 
250,000.00 
192,000.00 
350,000.00 
372,475.00 
250,000.00 

59,375.00 
210,000.00 
292,500.00 
320,000.00 
8,000.00 
4,000.00 
617,500.02 


$ c. 


June 16, 1924 




December 1, 1920 
December 1, 1920 
March 1, 1936 
June 24, 1921 
January 1, 1935 
February 1, 1903 
June 15, 1936 
May 1, 1905 
August 1, 1938 
February 1, 1938 
August 1, 1917 
June 1, 1918 
December 1, 1918 
January 1, 1930 


413,200.00 

205,800.00 

10,000,000.00 

3,200,000.00 

10,000,000.00 

7,454,000.00 

10,000,000.00 

1,174,000.00 

7,000,000.00 

9,000,000.00 

8,000,000.00 

200,000.00 

100,000.00 

13,000,000.00 


10,330.00 
5,145.00 
41,666.67 
67,857.53 
116,666.66 
93,175.00 
93,750.00 


52,500.00 

73,125.00 

80,000.00 

3,333.34 

1,666.67 

205,833.33 


July 1, 1913 


79,747,000.00 
2,036.33 


3,146,427.52 
671.96 


845,049.20 
146.67 


December 1, 1920 


79,749,036.33 
2,375,000.00 


3,147,099.48 
142,500.00 


845,195.87 
59,375.00 




82,124,036.33 

5,000,000.00 

11,000,000.00 

8,000,000.00 

5,500,000.00 


3,289,599.48 

125,000.00 
275,000.00 
280,000.00 
165,000.00 


904,570.87 


March 1, 1936 
/April 1, 1937 
\April 1, 1937 

August 1, 1938 


March 1, 1941 
April 1, 1942 
April 1, 1947 
August 1, 1948 


20,833.33 
22,916.66 
23,333.33 
41,250.00 




29,500,000.00 


845,000.00 


108,333.32 




111,624,036.33 


4,134,599.48 


1,012,904.19 








November 1, 1919 


November 1, 1969 


1,200,000.00 













124 



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No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Renewals Reserves 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian Bay 
system 


Balances at November 1, 1938 


$ c. 
29,953,780.97 


$ c. 
2,294,726.75 


Transferred during the year 




Provisions in the year — direct 


1,615,797.66 


154,626.12 


indirect 




Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


1,198,151.24 
(41,765.42) 


91,789.06 


Adjustments re transfer of equipment 


(1,607.35) 






Sub-total 


32,725,964.45 
269,750.98 


2,539,534.58 


Expenditures for the year 


73,175.37 






Balances at October 31, 1939 


32,456,213.47 


2,466,359.21 






Account balances: 

Power plants, transmission lines and transformer 
stations 


28,901,071.52 

3,547,568.71 

7,573.24 


2,105,104.37 


Rural power districts 


360,225.91 


Rural lines 


1,028.93 


Manitoulin rural power district 




Nipissing rural power district 






Sudbury rural power district 






Administrative office building 






Service buildings and equipment 












32,456,213.47 


2,466,359.21 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Contingencies and Obsolescence 



• 


Niagara 
system 


Georgian Bay 
system 


Balances at November 1, 1938 


$ c. 
5,196,169,77 


$ c. 
579,471.43 


Transferred during the year 




Provision in the year as per cost statement 


200.59 

207,846.79 

1,727.29 

53,535.34 


35,903.73 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


23,178.85 


Profits from sale of securities 


141.24 


Adjustments re transfer of equipment 


1,841.61 






Sub-total 


5,459,479.78 

407,028.67 

26,983.06 


640,536.86 


Contingencies met with during year 


65,197.76 


Terminal Building — Hamilton 








Balances at October 31, 1939 


5,025,468.05 


575,339.10 






Account balances: 

Power plants, transmission lines, transformer stations 
and rural power districts 


5,021,824.27 
3,643.78 


574,884.01 


Rural lines 


455.09 


Manitoulin rural power district. . . 




Nipissing rural power district 






Sudbury rural power district 














5,025,468.05 


575,339.10 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



125 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1939 



Eastern Ontario 
system 


Thunder Bay 
system 


Non-System 
properties 


Service and 
administrative 
buildings and 

equipment 


Totals for power 

undertakings 

operated on a 

"cost basis" 


$ c. 
4,907,418.65 


$ c. 
2,473,966.44 


$ c. 

15,943.67 

509.58 

3,250.87 


$ c. 
546,035.88 


$ c. 

40,191,872.36 

509.58 


271,339.98 


161,597.19 




2,206,611.82 




12,686.37 
18,688.81 


12,686.37 


196,296.75 
(13,350.13) 


98,958.65 


658.12 


1,604,542.63 
(56,722.90) 












5,361,705.25 
110,126.74 


2,734,522.28 
921.80 


20,362.24 


577,411.06 
3,817.86 


43,959,499.86 
457,792 . 75 








5,251,578.51 


2,733,600.48 


20,362.24 


573,593.20 


43,501,707.11 


4,517,491.08 


2,714,612.43 
18,988.05 






38,238,279.40 


734,087.43 






4,660,870.10 








8,602.17 






8,744.41 

10,498.63 

1,119.20 




8,744.41 








10,498.63 








1,119.20 






187,418.73 
386,174.47 


187,418.73 








386,174.47 










5,251,578.51 


2,733,600.48 


20,362.24 


573,593.20 


43,501,707.11 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Reserves — October 31, 1939 



Eastern Ontario 
system 


Thunder Bay 
system 


Non-System 
properties 


Total for power 
undertakings 

operated on a 
"cost basis" 


$ c. 
1,566,841.22 


$ c. 
1,114,139.88 


$ c. 

3,997.24 

254.79 


$ c. 

8,460,619.54 

254.79 


67,268.15 


86,513.17 

44,565.60 

176.32 


189,885.64 


62,673.65 
318.15 


170.08 


338,434.97 
2,363.00 






55,376.95 










1,697,101.17 
38,459.90 


1,245,394.97 
9,463.86 


4,422.11 
84.39 


9,046,934.89 

520,234.58 

26,983.06 










1,658,641.27 


1,235,931.11 


4,337.72 


8,499.717.25 


1,658,641.27 


1,235,931.11 




8,491,280.66 






4,098.87 






1,881.95 

2,190.79 

264.98 


1,881.95 






2,190.79 






264.98 








1,658,641.27 


1,235,931.11 


4,337.72 


8,499,717.25 



126 



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No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Stabilization of Rates Reserves 





Niagara 
system 


Balance at November 1, 1938 


$ c. 
4,554,725.33 


Appropriations in the year as per cost statement 




Interest at 4% on stabilization balances 


182,189.01 






Balance at October 31, 1939 


4,736,914.34 






Account balances : 

Systems 


4,736,914.34 







THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Sinking Fund Reserves 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian Bay 
system 


Balances at November 1, 1938 


$ c. 
41,134,686.00 


$ c. 
1,632,255.57 


Transferred during the year 




Provision in the year — direct 


2,294,568.45 


118,135.78 


indirect 




Interest at 4% on reserves' balances. . . . 


1,646,390.77 


65,290.21 






Balances at October 31, 1939 


45,075,645.22 


1,815,681.56 






Account balances: 

Systems 


43,984,449.67 

1,075,093.57 

16,101.98 


1,686,551.71 


Rural power districts 


127,721.74 


Rural lines 


1,408.11 


Bonnechere River storage 




Manitoulin rural power district 






Nipissing rural power district 






Sudbury rural power district 






Administrative office buildings .... 






Service buildings and equipment 














45,075,645.22 


1,815,681.56 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



127 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1939 



Georgian Bay 
system 


Eastern Ontario 
system 


Thunder Bay 
system 


Total for power 

undertakings 

operated on a 

"cost basis" 


$ c. 

169,378.64 

94,107.00 

6,775.15 


$ c. 

331,613.56 

177,396.00 

13,264.54 


$ c. 

128,359.92 

46,158.54 

5,134.40 


$ c. 

5,184,077.45 

317,661.54 

207,363.10 


270,260.79 


522,274.10 


179,652.86 


5,709,102.09 


270,260.79 


522,274.10 


179,652.86 


5,709,102.09 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1939 



Eastern Ontario 
system 


Thunder Bay 
system 


Non-System 
properties 


Service and 
administrative 
buildings and 

equipment 


Totals for power 

undertakings 

operated on a 

"cost basis" 


$ c. 
2,338,308.40 


$ c. 
2,339,888.69 


$ c. 
18,600.40 

454.30 
1,750.90 
1,737.60 

762.18 


$ c. 
448,108.41 


$ c. 

47,911,847.47 

454.30 


240,371.26 


291,029.60 




2,945,855.99 




25,826.20 
17,924.34 


27,563.80 


93,532.34 


93,595.56 


1,917,495.40 


2,672,212.00 


2,724,513.85 


23,305.38 


491,858.95 


52,803,216.96 


2,434,728.42 


2,718,823.42 
5,690.43 






50,824,553.22 


237,483 . 58 






1,445,989.32 








17,510.09 






16,004.05 

3,447.23 

3,071.40 

782.70 




16,004.05 








3,447.23 








3,071.40 








782.70 






301,027.21 
190,831.74 


301,027.21 








190,831.74 










2,672,212.00 


2,724,513.85 


23,305.38 


491,858.95 


52,803,216.96 



128 



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No. 26 



THE HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Account with 

The Provincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario 

As at October 31, 1939 
ADVANCES FROM THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



Total 



Northern 
Ontario 

Properties 
operated for 
the Province 

of Ontario 



Niagara and 
other systems 
operated on a 

"cost basis" 



Advances for Capital Expenditures : 
Cash advances made by the Province to the Com 
mission for capital expenditures purposes during 

the years 1909 to 1934, inclusive 

Cash returned by the Commission to the Province 
on April 30, 1935, to cover the difference between 
advances made by the Province to the Commis 
sion during the year ended October 31, 1934, and 
the capital expenditures made out of such ad- 
vances by the Commission in that year 



Total advances for capital expenditures. 



Repayments of Advances — 1926-33 : 
Cash repayments made by the Commission to the 
Province during the years 1926 to 1933 inclusive, 
which have been applied in each subsequent year 
to reduce the Commission's share in maturing 
Provincial obligations 



207,250,258.34 



247,507.98 



$ c. 



8,272,889.39 



74,001.99 



207,002,750.36 



8,198,887.40 



Commission's share in Provincial bonds at 
October 31, 1934 



Repayments of Advances : 

Retirements of Commission's share of Provincial 

bonds matured in the period November 1, 1934 

to October 31, 1939— 

In year ended Oct. 31, 1935. . .$ 3,946,628.69 

" " " " 1936... 21,998,092.45 

" " " " 1937... 13,557,615.63 

" " " " 1938... 1,777,019.93 

" " " " 1939... 2,151,516.02 



Commission's share 
October 31, 1939.. 



in Provincial bonds at 



17,008,616. 73 



189,994,133.63 



$ c. 



198,977,368.95 



173,505.99 



8,198,887.40 



43,430,872.72 1,975,602.58 



146,563,260.91 



198,803,862.96 



17,008,616.73 



181,795,246.23 



41,455,270.14 



6,223,284.82 140,339,976.09 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



129 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



STATEMENTS FOR MUNICIPALITIES 



RECEIVING POWER UNDER COST CONTRACTS 



For the Year ended October 31, 1939 



STATEMENTS FOR EACH SYSTEM 



Cost of Power 
Sinking Fund 



Credit or Charge 



Rural Operating 



5— H.E. 



130 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31, 

1938 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1939 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 

main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig . . . 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg. . 

Ancaster twp. . 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beachville 
Beamsville. . . . 
Belle River. . . 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford twp 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . 

Caledonia 

Campbellville . 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa. . . . 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright. . . . 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Dorchester. . . . 
Drayton 



$ c. 
27.50 
35.50 
46.50 
70.50 
33.50 

27.50 
67.50 
30.50 
29.50 
28.50 

28.50 
26.00 
35.50 
34.50 
49.50 

38.50 
42.50 
27.00 
22.50 
27.50 

31.50 
60.50 
45.50 
30.50 
50.50 

27.50 
55.50 
43.50 
26.50 
21.50 

51.50 
33.50 
41.50 
40.50 
65.50 

45.50 
36.50 
36.00 
37.50 
51.50 



$ c. 
28.50 
35.50 
44.00 
68.00 
33.50 

27.50 
65.00 
30.50 
29.50 
28.50 

28.50 
26.00 
34.50 
34.50 
47.00 

38.50 
42.50 
27.00 
23.50 
27.50 

31.50 
55.00 
44.00 
30.50 
50.50 

27.50 
55.50 
42.00 
26.50 
21.50 

50.00 
33.50 
41.50 
40.50 
64.00 

42.00 
34.00 
36.00 
36.00 
50.00 



$ c 

241,565.86 

52,122.21 

36,930.40 

39,482.04 

236,396.47 

80,125.10 
26,494.11 
153,582.81 
49,254.84 
79,018.68 

111,615.18 
85,739.32 
43,929.72 

128,712.41 
39,691.03 

44,481.78 
35,768.79 

577,358.79 
3,175,944.86 

160,975.14 

34,348.04 
31,080.64 
45,643.74 
43,012.98 
16,565.67 

81,569.25 
13,718.53 
42,574.64 
1,328,843.48 
48,032.89 

34,034.12 
147,759.10 
44,007.85 
24,391.25 
20,482.83 

26,274.73 
15,755.29 
126,987.31 
29,978.37 
47,313.52 



954.6 
186.8 
109 
89 

842 



1 

351.0 
53.5 
611.5 
196.2 
325.5 

455.9 
408.2 
160.2 
497.7 
111.7 

153.8 

124.5 

2,720.2 

15,216.9 

756.1 

128.4 

79.5 
133.4 
174.2 

47.8 

351.9 

34.2 

130.2 

5,856.1 

297.0 

86.6 

546.4 

131.1 

77.2 

43.1 

81.4 

64.0 

473.5 

107.9 

117.4 



$ c 

6,459.36 

1,263.99 

741.62 

604.25 

5,698.12 

2,375.06 
362.01 
4,137.75 
1,327.60 
2,202.52 

3,084.88 
2,762.11 
1,084.00 
3,367.72 
755.82 

1,040.70 

842.44 

18,406.40 

102,966.09 

5,116.20 

868.83 
537.94 
902 . 66 
1,178.73 
323.44 

2,381.15 

231.42 

881.01 

39,625.66 

2,009.67 

585.98 
3,697.25 
887.10 
522.38 
291.64 

550.80 
433.06 
3,203.97 
730.11 
794.39 



$ c. 
5,074.53 
1.248.68 
1,206.45 
1,360.02 
6,025.52 

1,796.01 
1X55.87 
3,670.75 
1,212.00 
1.897.35 

2,735.56 
1,785.88 
1,326.72 
3,692.17 
1,385.04 

1,005.80 

1,505.21 

15.362.58 

60,664.52 

5,626.09 

717.55 
1,145.88 
1,551.30 
1,105.60 

742.78 

2,143.17 

456.58 

1,266.30 

28,858.74 
1,029.42 

921.12 

3,796.41 

1,683.94 

825.16 

641.02 

611.92 
473.48 

2,902.05 
804.81 

1,424.66 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



131 



SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 



Interest 



$ c. 

10.913.56 
2,344.74 
1,641.56 
1,784.50 

10,535.53 

3,608.33 
1,185.56 
6,881.87 
2,218.08 
3,560.43 

5,046.22 
3,855.33 
1,970.27 
5,806.95 
1,776.93 

1,995.14 

1,608.91 

25,978.49 

146,486.67 

7,258.75 

1,548.64 
1,392.73 
2,049.69 
1,932.04 
734.01 

3,652.21 

578.99 

1,932.70 

59,843.08 

2,114.44 

1,530.75 
6,674.37 
1,972.47 
1,027.51 
919.58 

1,172 45 
702.58 
5,728.30 
1,341.93 
2,123.93 



Provision 

for 
renewals 



Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 



$ c 
2,092.46 
466.27 
372.32 
448.14 
2,100.10 

641.35 
307.75 
1,311.53 
423.56 
660.90 

946.64 
675.84 
389.49 
1,114.20 
413.05 

422.86 
332.21 

4,338.51 
24,841.63 

1,202.01 

308.36 
335.28 
467.46 
365.28 
167.70 



657.12 


139.31 


438.90 


10,278.10 


259.76 


369.59 


1,326.74 


441.21 


212.97 


235.75 


261.68 


132.22 


1,144.17 


274.56 


517.96 



$ c. 

2,542.31 
548.46 
385.35 
418.35 

2,466.67 

841.66 
278.19 
1,612.44 
518.27 
831.55 

1,179.10 
902.34 
462.21 

1,357.10 
417.46 

468.09 
377.03 

6,074.26 
33,900.04 

1,695.25 

361.48 
327.73 
480.41 
452.59 
171.68 

853.73 
135.87 
453.31 
13,980.06 
493.68 

358.29 
1,555.03 
461.17 
240.48 
215.56 

275.78 
165.21 
1,336.41 
314.79 
497.60 



Revenue 
received 
in excess 
of cost of 
power sold 
to private 
com- 
panies 



Credit 



$ c. 

471.56 
92.28 
54.14 
44.11 

415.99 

173.39 
26.43 

302.07 
96.92 

160.79 

225.21 
201.65 

79.14 
245.86 

55.18 

75.98 

61.50 

1,343.74 

5,982.17 

373.45 

63.43 
39.27 
65.90 
86.05 
23.61 

173.83 

16.89 

64.32 

2,892.83 

146.71 

42.78 
269.91 
64.76 
38.14 
21.29 

40.21 
31.62 
233.90 
53.30 
57.99 



Amount 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied to 

it in the 

year 



$ c 

26,610.66 

5,779.86 

4,293.16 

4,571.15 

26,409.95 

9,089.02 
3,162.95 
17,312.27 
5,602.59 
8,991.96 

12,767.19 
9,779.85 
5,153.55 

15,092.28 
4,693.12 

4,856.61 
4,604.30 

68,816.50 
362,876.78 

20,524.85 

3,741.43 
3.700.29 
5,385.62 
4,948.19 
2,116.00 

9,513.55 
1,525.28 
4,907.90 
149,692.81 
5,760.26 

3,722.95 
16;779.89 
5381.13 
2,790.36 
2,282.26 

2,832.42 
1,874.93 
14,081.00 
3,412.90 
5,300.55 



Amount 

received 

from (or 

billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



$ c. 

27,043.90 
6,629.91 
4,873.07 
6,110.35 

28,210.90 

9,652.93 
3,503.30 
18,652.25 
5,787.89 
9,277.28 

12,994.23 
10,614.26 

5,554.83 
17,170.65 

5,295.13 

5,922.58 
5,289.10 

73,444.22 
359,010.28 

20,793.65 

4,044.98 
4,449.45 
5,904.74 
5,312.20 
2,413.46 

9,676.33 
1,898.56 
5,504.18 
155,187.46 
6,386.21 

4,350.09 
17,771.45 
5;439.93 
3,126.60 
2,769.62 

3,463.99 
2,201.72 
17,047.20 
3,914.45 
5,898.25 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited or 

charged to each 

municipality 



Credited 



$ c. 
433.24 
850.05 
579.91 
1,539.20 
1,800.95 

563.91 
340.35 
1,339.98 
185.30 
285.32 

227.04 
834.41 
401.28 
2,078.37 
602.01 

1,065.97 

684.80 

4,627.72 



Charged 



268.80 

303.55 
749.16 
519.12 
364.01 
297.46 

162.78 
373.28 
596.28 
5,494.65 
625.95 

627.14 
991.56 
58.80 
336.24 
487.36 

631.57 
326.79 
2,966.20 
501.55 
597.70 



3,866.50 



132 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31, 

1938 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1939 



Share cf 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

fcr power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunville 

Dutton 

Elmira 

Elora. . 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp.. . . 

Exeter , 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Forest Hill Village 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Godench 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone. . . . 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis. 

Kingsville 



$ c. 
39.50 
36.50 
55.00 
22.50 
27.50 

33.50 
31.50 
31.50 
42.50 
49.50 

60.50 
31.50 
23.50 
34.50 
31.50 

29.50 
41.50 
26.34 
22.50 
31.50 

51.50 
38.50 
48.50 
23.50 
28.50 

20.00 
38.50 
34.50 
45.50 
24.50 

42.50 
24.50 
24.50 
35.50 
34.50 



$ c. 
38.00 
35.00 
50.00 
22.50 
27.50 

33.50 
30.00 
31.50 
40.00 
48.00 

55.00 
31.50 
23.50 
34.50 
31.50 

29.50 
40.00 
26.34 
24.00 
31.50 

50.00 
37.50 
45.00 
23.50 
28.50 

21.25 
37.50 
34.50 
45.50 
24.50 

42.50 
24.50 
25.50 
35.50 
33.50 



$ c. 

108,544.90 

24,280.62 

15,445.71 

369,251.71 

209,9^3.13 

61,228.16 
182,930.99 
93,059.64 
30,078.43 
30,352.44 

8,446.32 

120,482.12 

1,202,202.16 

140,337.13 

287,812.90 

29,285.38 

142,747.53 

1,339,552.80 

1,624,950.04 

381,310.76 

74,165.08 
377,812.80 

21,115.82 

2,049,891.73 

173,525.71 

20,301,171.66 

110,345.99 

121,623.76 

62,618.93 

456,612.41 

23,686.67 
86,437.25 

530,452.18 
57,812.32 

162,454.19 



377.0 

91.9 

44.8 

1,797.4 

1,068.9 

236.3 
707.4 
350.3 
103.4 
88.0 

22.5 

451.7 
5,732.1 

510.9 
1,105.2 

130.2 

453.0 

6,492.5 

7,584.2 

1,413.5 

199.0 

1,249.2 

63.6 

9,698.6 

658.5 

103,230.9 

372.6 

420.0 

175.1 

2,143.9 

75.2 

436.7 

2,374.7 

170.0 

584.3 



$ c 

2,550.99 

621.85 

303.14 

12,162.22 

7,232.78 

1,598.94 

4,786.67 

2,370.33 

699.66 

595.46 

152.25 

3,056.46 

38,786.61 

3,457.04 

7,478.40 

881.01 

3,065.25 

43,931.90 

51,318.95 

9,564.53 

1,346.55 

8,452.79 

430.35 

65,626.17 

4,455.78 

698,518.21 

2,521.22 

2,841.96 

1,184.82 

14,506.83 

508.85 

2,954.96 

16,068.56 

1,150.32 

3,953.70 



$ c. 

4,030.11 

792.89 

609.29 

6,475.45 

4,327.19 

2,034.86 

3,387.94 

2,517.64 

949.32 

878.33 

418.83 

2,798.82 

22,853.99 

3,362.41 

6\742.01 

684.88 

4,145.13 

31,931.46 

32,707.32 

8,062.24 

2,786.94 

8,692.29 

642.48 

42,964.14 

3,472.14 

337,905.07 
2,868.12 
2,560.07 
1,371.48 
9,394.68 

766.72 

1,823.14 

11,711.12 

1,250.30 

3,530.63 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



133 



SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 



Interest 



$ c. 
4,863.38 
1,089.42 

689.50 

16,611.35 

9,432.68 

2,670.47 
8,205.89 
4,171.96 
1,348.79 
1,363.26 

376.51 
5,416.97 

54,229.96 
6,305,66 

12,831.62 

1,185.88 

6,381.85 

60,313.68 

73,527.96 

17,194.58 

3,334.53 

17,014.33 

939.09 

92,474.83 

7,779.79 

916,237.28 

4,955.48 

5,457.59 

2,810.39 

20,601.57 

1,066.32 
3,900.19 
24,048.78 
2,554.39 
7,288.52 



Provision 
for 

renewals 



$ c. 

1,007.27 

216.62 

158.68 

2,668.41 

1,547.72 

510.36 

1,604.48 
827.37 
287.14 
310.91 

89.79 
1,047.64 
8,923.08 
l',278.25 
2,513.94 

198.70 

1,382.03 

9,125.57 

12,201.28 

3,453.86 

785.91 

3,633.25 

213.15 

15,188.12 

1,539.29 

139,899.96 

1,048.83 

1,115.43 

655.91 

3,408.10 

231.52 
632.30 

4,165.61 
579.20 

1,451.69 



Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 



$ c. 

1,142.60 

255.55 

162.53 

3,877.69 

2,210.78 

625.58 
1,925.26 
974.71 
318.27 
319.92 

89.02 

1,267.76 

12,646.05 

1,475.27 

3,007.5,3 

276.79 

1,496.47 

14,091.94 

17,111.76 

4,014.03 

781.58 

3,976.36 

221.57 

21,567.73 

1,814.94 

213,285.15 

1,161.56 

1,277.99 

658.52 

4,808.40 

249.40 
909.74 

5,604.49 
596.18 

1,707.67 



Revenue 
received 
in excess 
of ccst of 
power sold 
to private 
com- 
panies 



Credit 



$ c. 

186.23 
45.40 
22.13 

887.89 

528.02 

116.73 

349.45 

173.04 

51.08 

43.47 

11.11 

223.13 

2,831.58 

252.38 

545.95 

64.31 

223.78 

3,207.21 

3,746.49 

698.25 

98.30 
617.09 

31.42 

4,790.97 

325.29 

50,994.64 

184.06 

207.47 

86.50 

1,059.06 

37.15 

215.72 

1,173.07 

83.98 
288.64 



Amount 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied to 

it in the 

year 



$ c. 

13,408.12 

2,930.93 

1,901.01 

40,907.23 

24,223.13 

7,323.48 

19,560.79 

10,688.97 

3,552.10 

3,424.41 

1,115.29 

13,364.52 

134,608.11 

15,626.25 

32,027.55 

3,162.95 

16,246.95 

156,187.34 

183,120.78 

41,590.99 

8,937.21 

41,151.93 

2,415.22 

233,030.02 

18,736.65 

2,254,851.03 

12,371.15 

13,045.57 

6,594.62 

51,660.52 

2,785.66 
10,004.61 
60,425.49 

6,046.41 
17,643.57 



Amount 

received 

from (or 

billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



$ c. 

14,422.22 

3,239.88 

2,275.82 

40,440.95 

29,394.26 

7,916.74 

21,396.22 

11,034.43 

4,177.82 

4,240.04 

1,245.75 

14,227.46 

134,704.13 

17,626.05 

34,814.05 

3,841.37 

18,233.55 

171,011.53 

180,108.55 

44,524.46 

9,997.45 
45,687.89 

2,896.45 

227,917.46 

18,767.94 

2,172,057.73 

14,032.67 

14,490.27 

7,965.16 

52,524.90 

3,194.93 
10,698.79 
60,147.59 

6,033.50 
19,681.44 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited or 

charged to each 

municipality 



Credited 



$ c. 

1,014.10 

308.95 

374.81 



5,171.13 

593.26 
1,835.43 
345.46 
625.72 
815.63 

130.46 

862.94 

96.02 

1,999. 80 

2,786.50 

678.42 

1,986.60 

14,824.19 



2,933.47 

1,060.24 

4,535.96 

481.23 



31.29 



1,661.52 

1,444.70 

1,370.54 

864.38 

409.27 
694.18 



2,037.87 



Charged 



$ 



466.28 



3,012.23 



5,112.56 



82,793.30 



277.90 
12.91 



134 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Share of 

capital cost 

of system 


Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 


Share of operating 


Municipality 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 




To 

Dec. 31, 

1938 


From 

Jan. 1, 

1939 


and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Kitchener 


$ c. 
22.50 
37.50 
32.50 
33.50 
32.50 

22.50 
29.50 
25.50 
33.50 
33.50 

32.50 
41.50 
19.50 
30.50 
31.50 

21.50 
29.50 
60.50 
37.50 
49.50 

30.50 
25.50 
17.00 
22.50 
30.50 

39.50 
40.50 
35.50 
23.50 
55.50 

35.50 
45.50 
33.50 
24.50 
29.50 


$ c. 
23.50 
37.50 
32.50 
32.50 
31.50 

23.00 
29.50 
25.50 
33.50 
33.50 

32.50 
41.50 
20.00 
30.50 
31.50 

22.50 
29.50 
58.00 
37.50 
49.50 

30.50 
25.50 
17.00 
22.50 
30.50 

38.50 
40.50 
34.00 
24.50 
55.50 

35.50 
44.00 
33.50 
24.50 
29.50 


$ c. 

4,387,059.57 

33,317.71 

60,273.02 

455,702.72 

277,267.90 

7,434,322.19 

118,510.92 

211,853.23 

45,467.69 

22,919.71 

84,567.86 

24,040.79 

977,953.69 

230,841.96 

82,058.86 

471,973.43 

132,103.29 

15,416.60 

27,327.18 

12,508.45 

132,010.59 

1.543,629.54 

1,268,075.00 

90,633.10 

102.654.36 

61,902.88 

34,661.16 

135,748.61 

288,065.32 

69,036.00 

289,926.82 
32,242.23 
288,998.55 
358,852.15 
174,654.03 


20,814.7 

117.4 

221.4 

1,627.6 

1,089.7 

35,213.8 

488.7 

934.3 

179.9 

89.5 

337.2 

78.3 

5,681.2 

977.8 
315.8 

2,349.4 
543.7 

33.5 
101.4 

35.7 

521.3 

6,899.8 

9,219.7 

564.7 

409.0 

207.0 
115.2 
499.6 
1,352.0 
160.7 

1,033.0 

88.0 

1,163.9 

1,813.0 

732.7 


$ c. 

140,843.94 

794.39 

1,498.12 

11,013.26 

7,373.52 

238,276.33 

3,306.82 

6,322.00 

1,217.30 

605.61 

2,281.68 

529.82 

38,442.19 

6,616.34 

2,136.88 

15,897.36 

3,678.98 

226.68 

686.13 

241.57 

3,527.41 

46,687.92 

62,385.66 

3,821.08 

2,767.52 

1,400.68 
779.51 
3,380.57 
9,148.39 
1,087.39 

6,989.86 

595.46 

7,875.60 

12,267.78 

4,957.86 


$ c. 
82,057.18 


Lambeth 


967.31 


LaSalle 


1,616.98 


Leamington 


9,861.23 


Listowel 


6,967.32 


London 


130,349.43 


London twp 


2,531.62 


Long Branch 


4,226.29 


Lucan 


1,335.33 


Lynden 


726.97 


Markham 


2,436.80 


Merlin 


845.50 


Merritton 


17,841.61 


Milton . . . 


6,505.91 


Milverton 


1,887.36 


Mimico 


9,327.94 


Mitchell. . 


3,851.87 


Moorefield. ... .... 


501.80 


Mount Brydges 

Newbury 


885.86 
500.89 


New Hamburg 

New Toronto 


2,787.43 
30,797.61 


Niagara Falls 


23,621.04 


Niagara-on-the-Lake . . . 
Norwich 


2,376.81 
2,769.20 


Oil Springs 


1,932.62 


Otterville 


984.83 


Palmerston 


3,685.42 


Paris 


5,949.97 


Parkhill 


1,635.34 


Petrolia 


8,019.49 


Plattsville 


940.18 


Point Edward 


10.870.58 


Port Colborne 


7,159.88 


Port Credit 


4,732.49 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



135 



SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 


Revenue 
received 
in excess 
of cost of 
power sold 
to private 
com- 
panies 


Amount 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied to 

it in the 

year 


Amount 
received 
from (or 

billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts 
to be cr« 
charged 
munic 




Interest 


Provision 

for 
renewals 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


remaining 
edited or 
to each 
pality 




Credited 






Credit 


Charged 


$ c. 
198,174.54 


$ c. 

32,273.05 

308.94 

530.43 

4,083.06 

2,385.67 

54,339.81 

984.43 

1,606.35 

389.00 

200.86 

698.52 

231.74 

5,986.15 

1,884.37 

716.96 

3,346.75 

1,094.44 

176.54 

244.96 

130.90 

1,140.35 

12,182.00 

5,245.74 

512.54 

848.63 

585.90 

325.25 

1,220.24 

2,148.49 

761.27 

2,636.31 
342.30 
2,404.10 
2,625.06 
1,360.12 


$ c. 

46,163.05 

349.68 

633.28 

4,784.38 

2,918.50 

77,981.12 

1,243.90 

2,167.90 

476.58 

240.82 

889.54 

253.13 

10,259.07 

2,411.50 

863.76 

4,965.21 

1,388.86 

162.16 

286.66 

133.13 

1,389.26 

16,233.91 

13,347.19 

951.76 

1,057.36 

651.79 

358.34 

1,426.84 

3,030.72 

716.20 

3,050.79 
339.40 
3,039.86 
3,776.88 
1,770.58 


$ c. 
10,282.17 
57.99 
109.37 
804.01 
538.30 

17,395.13 

241.41 

461.53 

88.87 

44.21 

166.57 

38.68 

2,806.43 

483.02 

156.00 

1,160.57 

268.58 

16.55 

50.09 

17.64 

257.52 

3,408.41 

4,554.41 

278.95 

202.04 

102.26 

56.91 

246.80 

667.87 

79.38 

510.29 
43.47 
574.95 
895.60 
361.94 


$ c. 

489,229.59 

3,854.16 

6,880.03 

49,345.33 

31,566.18 

818,094.02 

13,139.55 

23,149.08 

5,363.51 

2,756.57 

9,945.78 

2,903.17 

113,806.53 

27,251.76 

9,143.52 

53,716.95 

15,690.64 

1,741.10 

3,277.57 

1,557.24 

14,521.82 

172,059.18 

157,470.33 

11,457.35 

11,765.78 

7,252.01 

3,918.67 

15,563.81 

32,612.55 

7,173.95 

33,214.44 
3,621.08 
36,604.97 
41,117.80 
20,025.55 


$ c. 

485,679.14 

4,401.87 

7,194.40 

53,162.06 

34,499.24 

806,781.40 

14,415.15 

23,823.80 

6,027.19 

2,997.47 

10,958.18 

3,248.96 

113,139.29 

29,823.89 
9,947.30 

52,394.80 

16,040.22 

1,959.46 

3,801.87 

1,765.08 

15,900.39 

175,944.23 

156,734.17 

12,706.67 

12,474.48 

8,004.39 

4,666.26 

17,107.32 

32,899.42 

8,918.83 

37,346.03 
3,890.74 
38,991.74 
44,417.88 
21,613.16 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,550.45 


1,491.83 


547.71 

314.37 

3,816.73 

2,933.06 




2,710.59 




20,407.41 




12,459.47 




334,542.46 


11,312.62 


5,314.19 


1,275.60 
674.72 
663.68 
240.90 

1,012.40 
345.79 




9,288.07 




2,034.17 




1,026.52 




3,805.81 




1,081.66 




44,083.94 


667.24 


10,316.66 


2,572.13 
803.78 




3,694.56 




21,340.26 


1,322.15 


5,945.07 


349.58 
218.36 
524.30 
207.84 

1,378.57 
3,885.05 




690.47 




1,224.05 




568.39 




5,934.89 




69,566.15 




57,425.11 


736.16 


4,074.11 


1,249.32 
708.70 

752.38 
747.59 

1,543.51 
286.87 

1,744.88 

4,131.59 
269.66 
2,386.77 
3,300.08 
1,587.61 




4,525.11 




2,783.28 




1,527 65 




6,097.54 




13,002.85 




3,053.13 




13,028.28 
1,447.21 




12,989.78 




16,183.80 




7,566.44 









136 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31, 

1938 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1939 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Port Dalhousie 
Port Dover . . . 
Port Rowan. . . 
Port Stanley . . 
Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston .... 
Richmond Hill 
Ridgetown: . . . 
Riverside 

Rockwood .... 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. 
St. Clair Beach 
St. George .... 

St. Jacobs .... 
St. Marys .... 
St. Thomas . . . 

Sarnia 

Scarbcro twp. . 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield. . . . 
Stamford twp . 
Stouffville .... 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sutton 

Swansea. ..... 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh. . . . 
Thamesford. . . 
Thamesville. . . 
Thedford 



$ c. 
25.50 
33.50 
50.50 
34.50 
22.50 

40.50 
24.50 
30.50 
33.50 
29.50 

35.50 
45.00 
18.50 
35.50 
35.50 

29.50 
31.50 
23.50 
28.50 
27.50 

30.50 
25.50 
43.50 
17.50 
40.50 

25.50 
29.50 
35.50 
47.50 
29.00 

31.50 
32.50 
35.50 
35.50 
62.50 



$ c. 
25.50 
32.50 
45.00 
34.50 
24.00 

40.50 
24.50 
30.50 
33.50 
29.50 

35.50 
44.00 
20.00 
35.50 
35.50 

29.50 
30.50 
23.50 
28.50 
27.50 

30.50 
25.50 
43.50 
17.50 
40.50 

25.50 
29.50 
34.00 
43.00 
29.00 

31.50 
32.50 
34.00 
35.50 
55.00 



$ c. 
151,700.33 
106,309.68 
26,174.53 
137,158.68 
619,612.72 

40,528.56 

21,356.04 

93,670.53 

141,544.40 

249,111.08 

32,711.38 
54,831.50 
2,395,750.02 
24,920.25 
43,726.49 

74,692.92 

342,378.91 

1,585,695.17 

2,004,971.65 

823,645.04 

130,126.04 
473,024.38 

21,492.88 
314,296.22 

70,258.36 

1,571,230.56 

298,396.51 

32,314.71 

78,210.48 

508,474.44 

146,253.57 
84,230.44 
56,026.18 
58,727.03 
34,138.96 



745.9 

386.6 

82.2 

475.9 

2,961.1 

106.8 
123.5 
403.7 
537.3 
923.4 

113.6 

165.6 

13,879.8 

82.6 

147.0 

312.4 
1,406.9 
7,594.5 
7,975.9 
3,584.9 

510.3 

2,153.2 

59.7 

2,265.3 

239.6 

7,079.3 

1,226.9 

137.1 

240.5 

2,525.8 

575.2 
291.0 
198.6 
221.9 
79.2 



$ c. 
5,047.18 
2,615.95 

556.21 

3,220.21 

20,036.46 

722.67 

835.67 

2,731.66 

3,635.67 

6.248.24 

768.68 

1,120.54 

93,918.52 

558.92 

994.68 

2,113.87 

9,519.87 

51,388.65 

53,969.42 

24,257.45 

3,452.98 

14,569.76 

403.96 

15,328.29 

1,621.27 

47,902.52 

8,301.89 

927.70 

1,627.36 

17,090.98 

3,892.13 
1,969. u7 
1,343.84 
1,501.50 
535.91 



$ c. 

3,472.09 

2,275.91 

598.97 

3,699.32 

12,814.70 

1,319.16 
481.04 
2,765.08 
3,735.51 
5,309.24 

942.70 

1,911 99 

42,847.55 

894.18 
1,138.17 

1,651.93 
10,496.38 
31,742.81 
45,412.50 
15,085.14 

3,417.99 

10,034.46 

634.77 

6,126.64 

2,096.01 

33,860.67 
6,023.87 
1,144.50 
2,697.43 

17,418.05 

3,585.03 
2,344.45 
1,379.15 
1,790.09 
1.321.19 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



137 



SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 



Interest 



$ c. 
6,815.01 
4,630.48 
1,161.49 
6,158.88 
28,010.22 

1,482.99 

961.02 

4,207.06 

6,382.05 

11,229.80 

1,472.32 
2,463.93 
108,217.22 
1,123.77 
1,882.21 

3,358.27 
15,386.89 
71,513.22 
90,328.40 
37,067.79 

5,871.77 

21,315.65 

966.37 

14,355.12 

3,149.09 

70,843.18 

13,390.18 

1,451.29 

3,482.84 

22,854.21 

6,569.94 
3,798.61 
2,462.41 
2,644.11 
1,521.61 



Provision 

for 
renewals 



$ c. 

1,135.05 

926.34 

260.59 

1,285.20 

4,535.69 

324.13 

135.81 

722.54 

1,238.75 

2,182.83 

308.58 
555.20 
14,714.67 
234.81 
392.64 

617.26 

2,789.01 

11,528.58 

16,842.79 

6,298.74 

1,121.03 
3,636.42 

225.52 
1,329.80 

648.86 

12,042.01 

2,488.94 

267.79 

763.95 

3,360.31 

1,255.26 
773.79 
501.84 
515.65 
379.37 



Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 



$ c. 
1,592.02 
1,085.64 

275.49 
1,440.56 
6,520.85 

347.80 

224.80 

985.12 

1,490.28 

2,620.55 

344.36 
577.09 
25,127.11 
262.18 
441.16 

786.13 

3,601.62 

16,684.12 

21,089.77 

8,665.50 

1,369.41 
4,977.49 

225.85 
3,308.15 

739.13 

16,533.68 

3,135.13 

340.63 

820.99 

5,348.96 

1,537.71 
886.13 
576.95 
618.32 
358.33 



Revenue 
received 
in excess 
of cost of 
power sold 
to private 
com- 
panies 



Credit 



$ c. 
368.46 
190.98 
40.61 
235.09 
1,462.74 

52.76 

61.01 

199.42 

265.42 

456.15 

56.12 
81.80 
6,856.43 
40.80 
72.62 

154.32 

694.99 

3,751.58 

3,939.98 

1,770.89 

252.08 

1,063.65 

29.49 

1,119.03 

118.36 

3,497.08 

606.07 

67.73 

118.80 

1,247.71 

284.14 
143.75 

98.11 
109.62 

39.12 



Amount 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied to 

it in the 

year 



$ c. 
17,692.89 
11,343.34 
2,812.14 
15,569.08 
70,455.18 

4,143.99 

2,577.33 

11,212.04 

16,216.84 

27,134.51 

3,780.52 

6,546,95 

277,968.64 

3,033.06 

4,776.24 

8,373.14 

41,098.78 
179,105.80 
223,702.90 

89,603.73 

14,981.10 
53,470.13 

2,426.98 
39,328.97 

8,136.00 

177,684.98 

32,733.94 

4,064.18 

9,273.77 

64,824.80 

16,555.93 
9,628.30 
6,166.08 
6,960.05 
4,077.29 



Amount 
received 
from (or 

billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



$ c. 
19,019.59 
12,626.73 
3,774.95 
16,419.40 
70,320.97 

4,325.73 

3,026.14 

12,313.60 

18,000.10 

27,239.55 

4,032.78 
7,314.62 
274,010.57 
2,930.49 
5,219.08 

9,216.77 

43,138.53 

178,469.75 

227,313.93 

98,584.73 

15,563.57 
54,906.81 

2,594.77 
39,643.47 

9,702.46 

180,521.64 

36,192.06 

4,699.71 

10,475.53 

73,247.21 

18,120.10 
9,456.14 
6,802.28 
7,877.73 
4,472.42 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited or 

charged to each 

municipality 



Credited 



$ c. 

1,326.70 

1,283.39 

962.81 

850.32 



181.74 

448.81 

1,101.56 

1,783.26 

105.04 

252.26 
767.67 



442.84 

843.63 
2,039.75 



3,611.03 
8,981.00 

582.47 

1,436.68 

167.79 

314.50 

1,566.46 

2,836.66 

3,458.12 

635.53 

1,201.76 

8,422.41 

1,564.17 



636.20 
917.68 
395.13 



Charged 



134.21 



3,958.07 
102.57 



636.05 



172.16 



138 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31, 

1938 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1939 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Thorndale . 
Thorold . . . 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 
Toronto . . . 



Toronto twp. . . 
Trafalgar twp. 

(area No. 1) 
Trafalgar twp. 

(area No. 2) 
Wallaceburg. . 
Wardsville. . . . 



Waterdown 
Waterford. 
Waterloo. . 
Watford. . . 
Welland... 



Wellesley . . . 
West Lome . 

Weston 

Wheatley. . . 
Windsor. . . . 



Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York twp., East. . 
York twp., North. 



$ c. 
60.50 
20.50 
33.50 
28.50 
21.60 

27.50 

26.50 

27.50 
31.50 
57.50 

27.50 
27.50 
22.50 
45.50 
19.50 

45.50 
36.50 
22.50 
48.50 
26.00 

30.50 
23.50 
47.50 
27.50 
27.50 



$ c, 
50.00 
21.00 
33.50 
28.50 
22.60 

27.50 

26.50 

27.50 
31.50 
57.50 

27.50 
27.50 
24.00 
45.50 
19.50 

44.00 
36.50 
23.00 
45.00 
26.00 

30.50 
24.50 
47.50 
27.50 
27.50 



Zurich 57.50 

Ontario Reformatory 

Toronto Transportation Commission 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Local distribution systems . 



Non-operating capital 
Grand Totals 



$ c 

20,999.69 

395,449.44 

144,603.95 

306,689.68 

62,233,019.91 

557,584.34 

96,005.91 

32,310.62 

598.276.32 

13,487.87 

51,546.68 
95,787.72 

845,463.79 
91,467.61 

911,106.79 

33,249.04 

35,244.63 

739,204.21 

61,573.56 

8,630,870.59 

114,043.98 

1,383,372.50 

25,764.20 

1,315,730.32 

963,506.64 

38,044.65 
66,563.10 
82,186.27 



62.9 

2,183.6 

541.5 

1,291.5 

310,080.1 

2,426.3 

410.1 

128.0 

2,289.9 

37.2 

223.0 
412.5 

3,963.6 
284.2 

5,765.4 

104.4 

126.7 

3,611.0 

169.0 

37,083.5 

471.7 

6,458.7 

69.3 

6,522 . 4 

4,316.5 

96.1 
298.5 
398.8 



$ c. 
425.62 
14,775.46 
3,664.09 
8,739.01 
2,098,176.00 

16,417.71 

2,774.97 

866.11 

15,494.75 

251.72 

1,508.94 
2,791.21 

26,819.94 
1,923.06 

39,011.93 

706.43 

857.32 

24,434.05 

1,143.55 

250,927.78 

3,191.79 

43,703.19 

468.92 

44,134.22 

29,207.86 

650.27 
2,019.82 
2,698.50 



$ c. 

677.95 

8,007.03 

4,114.89 

6,892.34 

1.069.626.62 

14.566.61 

2,183.78 

755.77 

17,089.00 

578.53 

1,164.75 
2,069.62 

16,563.34 
2,646.02 

17,003.51 

792.56 

1.335.26 

14,164.07 

1,425.53 

146,262.89 

2,397.93 

27,768.05 

803.93 

56.702.44 

26,136.65 

1,059.22 
1,488.40 
1,556.92 



151,320,994.90 

11,192,574.59 

39,554,054.94 

1,379,074.01 



729,550.3 

44,935.7 

225,885.4 

4,676.2 



4,936,546.85 

304,060.28 

1,528,467.31 

31,641.79 



2,865,978.44 

259,987.66 

903,282.97 

71.672.85 



203,446,698.44 
623,152.91 



204,069,851.35 



1,005,047.6 



6,800,716.23 



4,100.921.92 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



139 



SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 


Revenue 
received 
in excess 
of cost of 
power sold 
to private 
com- 
panies 


Amount 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied to 

it in the 

year 


Amount 
received 
from (or 

billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Interest 


Provision 
for 

renewals 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


Amounts remaining 

to be credited or 

charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 






Credit 


Charged 


$ c. 
918.96 


$ c. 

212.90 

2,599.75 

1,276.33 

2,540.13 

409,679.89 

4,492.99 

788.69 

274.17 

5,206.82 

141.26 

417.08 
774.16 

6,296.53 
913.48 

5,035.30 

343.25 

324.20 

5,350.72 

637.77 

67,059.17 

961.20 
10,443.00 

271.57 
8,717.72 
7,089.53 

414.31 
519.54 
599.15 


$ c. 

220.61 

4,152.98 

1,521.51 

3,240.82 

654,666.46 

5,855.47 

1,010.26 

334.98 

6,300.43 

142.14 

541.48 
1,007.98 
8,896.51 

971.44 
9,589.78 

358.87 

370.91 

7,776.64 

646.88 

90,777.48 

1,199.95 

14,620.66 

271.15 

13,841.02 

10,060.87 

399.55 
700.37 
864.63 


$ c. 

31.07 

1,078.67 

267.49 

637.98 

153,175.36 

1,198.56 

202.58 

63.23 

1,131.18 

18.38 

110.16 
203.77 

1,957.96 
140.39 

2,848.03 

51.58 

62.59 

1,783.78 

83.48 

18,318.74 

233.01 

3,190.51 

34.23 

3,221.98 

2,132.29 

47.47 
147.45 
197.00 


$ c. 

2,424.97 

46,305.26 

16,822.01 

34,638.41 

6,890,962.84 

65,226.75 

10,887.41 

3,605.04 

69,903.21 

1,698.19 

5,836.90 

10,754.39 

94,823.99 

10,462.05 

108,975.22 

3,679.80 

4,411.57 

83,340.62 

6,521.99 

925,044.35 

12,636.53 

156,065.16 

2,940.79 

179,556.65 

113,480.48 

4,177.51 
7,573.77 
9,188.33 


$ c. 

3,248.57 

45.677.51 

18,141.69 

36,807.52 

6,947,568.00 

66,723.45 

10,867.41 

3,519.06 

72,130.81 

2,139.95 

6,132.19 

11,343.83 

94,144.93 

12,931.07 

112,424.33 

4,625.80 

4,623.93 

82,749.88 

7,702.01 

964,170.89 

14,387.10 

157,149.50 

3,292.93 

179,365.52 

118,704.43 

5,326.43 

8,060.14 

11,676.34 


$ c. 
823.60 


$ c. 


17,848.71 


627.75 


6,5*2.68 
13,864.09 


1,319.68 

2,169.11 

56,605.16 

1,496.70 






2,811,989.23 




25,092.53 




4,332.29 


20.00 


1,437.24 




85.98 


26,943.39 


2,227.60 
441.76 

295.29 
589.44 




602.92 




2,314.81 




4,315.19 




38,205.63 


679.06 


4,148.44 


2,469.02 
3,449.11 

946.00 
212.36 




41,182.73 




1,530.27 
1,586.47 




33,398.92 


590.74 


2,751 . 74 


1,180.02 
39,126.54 

1,750.57 

1,084.34 

352.14 




388,335.77 




5,118.67 




62,720.77 




1,159.45 




59,383.23 


191 . 13 


43,117.86 


5,223.95 

1,148.92 

486.37 

2,488.01 




1,701.63 




2,993.09 
3,666.13 








6,829,212.36 

500,997.65 

1,783,366.88 

61,811.45 


1,071,407.90 

93,964.99 

240,047.69 

11,841.54 


1,591,311.73 

116.820/.86 

466,235.71 

14,413.00 


(358,853.04) 

( 22,197.61) 

382,720.07 

( 1,669.42) 


16,935,604.24 

1,253,633.83 

5,304,120.63 

189,711.21 


17,118,446.64 

1,253,633.83 

5,304,120.63 

189,711.21 


303,170.42 


120,328.02 


9,175,388.34 


1,417,262.12 


2,188,781.30 




23,683,069.91 


23,865,912.31 


303,170.42 


120,328.02 



140 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 



Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Acton 


Jan. 1913 
Nov. 1922 
Jan. 1916 
April 1922 
Nov. 1925 

May 1923 
Dec. 1926 
Mar. 1918 
Jan. 1915 
May 1912 

Aug. 1912 
May 1937 
Dec. 1922 
Nov. 1915 
July 1924 

Feb. 1915 
Sept. 1915 
Nov. 1911 
Feb. 1914 
May 1924 

Mar. 1928 
Jan. 1918 
July 1924 
June 1915 
Nov. 1916 

Oct. 1912 
Jan. 1925 
Nov. 1924 
Feb. 1915 
Sept. 1919 

May 1924 
Mar. 1914 
May 1915 
Nov. 1926 
Dec. 1923 

Sept. 1917 
Mar. 1915 
May 1938 
Dec. 1914 
Mar. 1918 

April 1915 
Dec. 1914 
Oct. 1917 
Jan. 1911 
June 1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 
640.98 


Agincourt 


439.08 

654.50 

561.46 

2,533.12 

68.82 

433.09 

1,941.64 

266.61 

365.50 

632.29 
860.41 
705.11 

786.84 
748.54 

702.96 

469.95 

4,382.99 




Ailsa Craig 




Alvinston 




Amherstburg 




Ancaster twp 




Arkona 




Aylmer 




Ayr 




Baden t 




Beachville 




Beamsville 




Belle River 




Blenheim 




Blyth 




Bolton 




Bothwell 




Brampton 




Brantford 


7,856.01 


Brantford twp 


695.46 

91.21 
733.14 
625.41 
462.51 
157.59 

585.11 
226.17 
645.14 
6,752.65 
135.89 

354.50 




Bridgeport 




Brigden .... 




Brussels 




Burford 




Burgessville 




Caledonia 








Cayuga 




Chatham 




Chippawa 




Clifford 






319 05 


Comber 


320.49 
196.59 
294.64 

587.22 
382.31 
139.54 
476.46 
581.89 

2,026.99 
385.84 
430.43 
992.02 

2,843.50 




Cottam 




Courtright 




Dash wood 








Delhi 




Dorchester 




Drayton '. 




Dresden 








Dublin 








Dunnville 









1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



141 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
640.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 
433.24 
850.05 
579.91 
1,539.20 
1,800.95 

563.91 
340.35 
1,339.98 
185.30 
285.32 

227.04 
834.41 
401.28 
2,078.37 
602.01 

1,065.97 

684.80 

4,627.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 
433.24 
850.05 
579.91 
1,539.20 
1,800.95 

563.91 
340.35 
1,339.98 
185.30 
285.32 

227.04 
834.41 
401.28 
2,078.37 
602.01 

1,065.97 

684.80 

4,627.72 


$ c. 




439. 0§ 

654.50 

561.46 

2,533.12 

68.82 

433.09 

1,941.64 

266.61 

365.50 

632.29 
860.41 
705.11 
786.84 
748.54 

702.96 

469.95 

4,382.99 






































































































7,856.01 


3,866.50 


3,866 50 




695.46 

91.21 
733.14 
625.41 
462.51 
157.59 

585.11 
226.17 
645.14 
6,752.65 
135.89 

354.50 


268.80 

303.55 
749.16 
519.12 
364.01 
297.46 

162.78 
373.28 
596.28 
5,494.65 
625.95 

627.14 
991.56 
58.80 
336.24 
487.36 

631.57 
326.79 
2,966.20 
501.55 
597.70 

1,014.10 
308.95 
374.81 


268.80 

303.55 
749.16 
519.12 
364.01 
297.46 

162.78 
373.28 
596.28 
5,494.65 
625.95 

627.14 
991.56 
58.80 
336.24 
487.36 

631.57 
326.79 
2,966.20 
501.55 
597.70 

1,014.10 
308.95 
374.81 






































































319.05 








320.49 
196.59 
294.64 

587.22 
382.31 
139.54 
476.46 
581.89 

2,026.99 
385.84 
430.43 
992.02 

2,843.50 




































































466.28 


466.28 




5,171.13 


5,171.13 











142 



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No. 26 



NIAGARA 



Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Dutton . 


Sept. 1915 
Nov. 1913 
Nov. 1914 
Jan. 1915 
July 1924 

July 1925 
Nov. 1923 
Aug. 1917 
June 1916 
Nov. 1914 

June 1926 
Mar. 1917 
Jan. 1938 
May 1911 
Sept. 1913 

Aug. 1920 
Feb. 1914 
July 1916 
Dec. 1910 
Sept. 1913 

Feb. 1911 
July 1916 
Nov. 1923 
Jan. 1917 
Feb. 1911 

Dec. 1916 
Oct. 1924 
May 1911 
Feb. 1924 
Nov. 1923 

Jan. 1911 
April 1915 
Nov. 1925 
Nov. 1923 
June 1916 

Jan. 1916 
Jan. 1925 
Jan. 1931 
Feb. 1915 
Nov. 1915 

April 1920 
Dec. 1922 
Nov. 1920 
April 1913 
June 1916 


$ c. 
734.62 
2,899.55 
505.36 
873.24 
500.79 

273.31 

928.93 

231.39 

1,246.23 

3,728.39 

71.16 
2,060.38 
7,308.80 


$ c. 


Elmira 




Elora 




Embro 




Erieau 




Erie Beach 




Essex 




Etobicoke twp. 




Exeter. . . 




Fergus 




Fonthill.... 




Forest 




Forest Hill Village . 




Gait 


8,556.50 


Georgetown 


1,281.80 

1,060.21 
2,400.73 

598.13 
1,234.96 

239.16 




Glencoe 




Goderich 




Granton . . 




Guelph .... 




Hagersville. . 




Hamilton ... 


105,107.37 




1,510.48 

1,391.90 

776.99 

1,256.67 

195.00 
82.09 




Harrow 








Hespeler . 




Highgate 








Ingersoll. . . 


852.84 


Jarvis 


139.72 
2,048.43 




Kingsville. . . 




Kitchener. . 


10,021.44 




462.64 

321.35 

6,333.18 

3,358.25 




LaSalle 








Listowel 




London 


6,827.13 




1,199.94 
554.11 
619.01 
281.44 

636.22 
235.32 




Long Branch 




Lucan 




Lynden :.-..• 




Markham '.":■.' 




Merlin 




Merritton 


4,897.29 


Milton 


1,538.00 
631.26 




Milverton 









1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



143 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


S c. 


$ c. 
734.62 
2,899.55 
505.36 
873.24 
500.79 

273.31 

928.93 

231.39 

1,246.23 

3,728.39 

71.16 
2,060.38 
7,308.80 


$ c. 
593.26 
1,835.43 
345.46 
625.72 
815.63 

130.46 

862.94 

96.02 

1,999.80 

2,786.50 

678.42 

1,986.60 

14,824.19 


$ c. 


$ c. 
593.26 
1,835.43 
345.46 
625.72 
815.63 

130.46 

862.94 

96.02 

1,999.80 

2,786.50 

678.42 

1,986.60 

14,824.19 


$ c. 










































































8.556 50 


3,012.23 


3,012 23 




1,281.80 

1,060.21 
2,400.73 

598.13 
1,234.96 

239.16 


2,933.47 

1,060.24 

4,535.96 

481.23 


2,933.47 

1,060.24 

4,535.96 

481.23 
























5,112.56 


5,112 56 




31.29 


31.29 




105,107.37 


82,793.30 


82,793 30 




1,510.48 

1,391.90 

776.99 

1,256.67 

195.00 
82.09 


1,661.52 

1,444.70 

1,370.54 

864.38 

409.27 
694.18 


1,661.52 

1,444.70 

1,370.54 

864.38 

409.27 
694.18 


































852 84 


277.90 
12.91 


277 90 




139.72 
2,048.43 






12 91 




2,037.87 


2,037.87 




10,021 44 


3,550.45 


3 550 45 




462.64 

321.35 

6,333.18 

3,358.25 


547.71 

314.37 

3,816.73 

2,933.06 


547.71 

314.37 

3,816.73 

2,933.06 






















6,827.13 


11,312.62 


11,312 62 




1,199.94 
554.11 
619.01 
281.44 

636.22 
235.32 


1,275.60 
674 . 72 
663.68 
240.90 

1,012.40 
345.79 


1,275.60 
674.72 
663.68 
240.90 

1,012.40 
345.79 
































4,897.29 


667.24 


667 24 




1,538.00 
631.26 


2,572.13 
803.78 


2,572.13 
803.78 

















144 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 



Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Mimico 


May 1912 
Sept. 1911 
Mar. 1918 
Mar. 1915 
Mar. 1921 

Mar. 1911 
Feb. 1914 
Dec. 1915 
Aug. 1919 
May 1912 

Feb. 1918 
Feb. 1916 
July 1916 
Feb. 1914 
May 1920 

May 1916 
Dec. 1914 
Nov. 1916 
Mar. 1920 
Aug. 1912 

Nov. 1912 
Dec. 1921 
Nov. 1926 
April 1912 
Jan. 1911 

Jan. 1915 
Mar. 1921 
June 1925 
Dec. 1915 
Nov. 1922 

Sept. 1913 
Feb. 1917 
April 1914 
Nov. 1922 
Sept. 1915 

Sept. 1917 
May 1911 
April 1911 
Dec. 1916 
Aug. 1918 

Nov. 1911 
Aug. 1915 
Aug. 1917 
Nov. 1916 
Sept. 1923 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,618.25 


Mitchell 


705.57 
221.78 
319.95 
153.46 

1,364.15 
3,455.98 




Moorefield 




Mount Brydges 




Newbury 




New Hamburg 




New Toronto 




Niagara Falls 


12,282.51 


Niagara-on-the-Lake 


471.08 
588.66 

733.22 

530.33 

1,571.29 




Norwich 




Oil Springs 




Otterville 




Palmerston 




Paris 


342.93 


Parkhill 


1,160.83 

3,299.24 
477.57 

2,856.01 
828.48 

1,571.70 

756.04 
1,440.92 
1,046.18 
1,340.18 




Petrolia 




Plattsville 




Point Edward 




Port Colborne 




Port Credit 




Port Dalhousie 








Port Rowan 




Port Stanley 




Preston 


2,697.21 


Princeton 


483.69 
189.29 
821.37 
578.94 
525.28 

323.60 
634.58 




Queenston 




Richmond Hill 




Ridgetown 




Riverside 




Rockwood 




Rodney 




St. Catharines 


26,572.95 


St. Clair Beach 


38.22 
568.26 

775.00 
3,537.03 
2,310.59 
7,123.51 
5,900.33 

66.17 

1,860.89 

102.22 




St. George 




St. Jacobs 




St. Marys 




St. Thomas 




Sarnia 




Scarboro twp : 




Seaforth 




Simcoe 




Springfield 




Stamford twp 


5,435.72 


Stouffville 


991.04 









1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



145 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 
on account of such credits 
and charges, also adjustments 
made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
2,618.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,322.15 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,322.15 




705.57 
221.78 
319.95 
153.46 

1,364.15 
3,455.98 


349.58 
218.36 
524.30 
207.84 

1,378.57 
3,885.05 


349.58 
218.36 
524.30 
207.84 

1,378.57 
3,885.05 


































12,282.51 


736.16 


736.16 




471.08 
588.66 

733.22 

530.33 

1,571.29 


1,249.32 
708.70 

752.38 
747.59 

1,543.51 
286.87 

1,744.88 

4,131.59 
269.66 
2,386.77 
3,300.08 
1,587.61 

1,326.70 

1,283.39 

962.81 

850.32 


1,249.32 
708.70 

752.38 
747.59 

1,543.51 
286.87 

1,744.88 

4,131.59 
269.66 
2,386.77 
3,300.08 
1,587.61 

1,326.70 

1,283.39 

962.81 

850.32 




























342.93 








1,160.83 

3,299.24 

477.57 
2,856.01 

828.48 
1,571.70 

756.04 
1,440.92 
1,046.18 
1,340.18 




























































2,697.21 


134.21 


134.21 




483.69 
189.29 
821.37 
578.94 
525.28 

323.60 
634.58 


181.74 

448.81 

1,101.56 

1,783.26 

105.04 

252.26 
767.67 


181.74 

448.81 

1,101.56 

1,783.26 

105.04 

252.26 
767.67 








































26,572.95 


3,958.07 
102.57 


3,958.07 




38.22 
568.26 

775.00 
3,537.03 
2,310.59 
7,123.51 
5,900.33 

66.17 

1,860.89 

102.22 






102 . 57 




442.84 

843.63 

2,039.75 


442.84 

843.63 
2,039.75 


















636. Q5 


636.05 




3,611.03 
8,981.00 

582.47 

1,436.68 

167.79 

314.50 

1,566.46 


3,611.03 
8,981.00 

582.47 

1,436.68 

167.79 




























2,031.69 




3,089.53 




991.04 




1,566.46 











146 



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No. 26 



NIAGARA 



Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Stratford 


Jan. 1911 
Dec. 1914 
Dec. 1934 
Aug. 1923 
Oct. 1937 

Nov. 1916 
Nov. 1922 
Feb. 1914 
Oct. 1915 
May 1922 

Mar. 1914 
Jan. 1921 
April 1915 
Aug. 1911 
June 1911 

Aug. 1913 
Nov. 1937 
Nov. 1937 
Feb. 1915 
June 1921 

Nov. 1911 
April 1915 
Dec. 1910 
Sept. 1917 
Sept. 1917 

Nov. 1916 
Jan. 1917 
Jan. 1911 
Feb. 1924 
Oct. 1914 

Dec. 1914 
Jan. 1911 
Nov. 1916 
July 1925 
Nov. 1923 

Sept. 1917 
Sept. 1913 
Jan. 1927 


$ c. 
4,024.83 
3,216.65 

571.08 
2,257.18 
6,434.84 

1,509.32 
102.47 
8,29.75 
459.65 
982.34 

1,238.38 


$ c. 


Strathroy 




Streetsville 




Sutton 




Swansea 




Tavistock 




Tecumseh 




Thamesford 




Thamesville 




Thedford 




Thorndale 




Thorold 


2,326.33 


Tilbury 


752.70 
2,031.38 




Tillsonburg 




Toronto 


305,756.39 


Toronto twp 


1,194.57 

17.77 




Trafalgar twp. (Area No. 1) 




Trafalgar twp. (Area No. 2) 


39.50 


Wallaceburg 


4,629.71 
370.19 

445.10 
497.85 




Wardsville 








Waterford 






3,234.13 


Watford 


1,103.82 




Welland 


3,319.29 




511.78 

274.44 




West Lome 






1,201.34 


Wheatley 


1,263.07 
58,745.68 

1,614.66 




Windsor 








Woodstock 


1,190.93 




208.77 




York East twp 


1,204.09 




1,747.87 

674.78 

647.21 

2,347.59 

31,821.02 








Ontario Central Reformatory 




Toronto Transportation Commission 




Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Railway. . . 










Totals — Municipalities 




273,673.83 
1,418,017.63 


513,300.18 






287,187.09 








Grand totals 


1,691,691.46 


800,487.27 









1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



147 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
4,024.83 
3,216.65 

571.08 
2,257.18 
6,434.84 

1,509.32 
102.47 
829.75 
459.65 
982.34 

1,238.38 


$ c. 
2,836.66 
3,458.12 

635.53 
1,201.76 
8,422.41 

1,564.17 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,836.66 
3,458.12 

635.53 
1,201.76 
8,422.41 

1,564.17 


$ c. 


































172.16 


172 . 16 




636.20 
917.68 
395.13 

823.60 


636.20 
917.68 
395.13 

823.60 






















2,326.33 


627.75 


627 . 75 




752.70 
2,031.38 


1,319.68 

2.169.11 

56,605.16 

1,496.70 


1,319.68 

2,169.11 

56,605.16 

1,496.70 










305,756.39 








1,194.57 
17.77 








20.00 
85.98 


20 00 


39.50 






85 98 




4,629.71 
370.19 

445.10 
497.85 


2,227.60 
441.76 

295.29 
589.44 


2,227.60 
441.76 

295.29 
589.44 






















3,234.13 


679.06 


679 06 




1,103.82 


2,469.02 
3,449.11 

946.00 
212.36 


2,469.02 
3,449.11 

946.00 
212.36 




3,319.29 








511.78 
274.44 














590.74 


1,792 08 




1,263.07 
58,745.68 

1,614.66 


1,180.02 
39,126.54 

1,750.57 

1,084.34 

352.14 


1,180.02 
39,126.54 

1,750.57 

1,084.34 

352.14 
















1,190.93 








208.77 






1,204 09 


191.13 


191 13 




1,747.87 

674.78 

647.21 

2,347.59 

31,821.02 


5,223.95 

1,148.92 

486.37 

2,488.01 


5,223.95 

1,148.92 

486.37 

2,488.01 






































508,694.81 
56,719.55 


273,673.83 
12,007.38 


303,170.42 
194,919.37 


120,328.02 
86,240.78 


302,855.92 
1,652,230.03 


124,618.89 
368,008.73 


565,414.36 


285,681.21 


498,089.79 


206,568.80 


1,955,085.95 


492,627.62 



148 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

the proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1939 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1939 



Acton 

Agincourt. . . 
Ailsa Craig . . 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg. 

Ancaster twp. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 



Beachville. 
Beamsville. 
Belle River 
Blenheim. . 
Blyth 



Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton .... 
Brantford. . . . 
Brantford twp. 



Bridgeport. . 
Brigden .... 
Brussels. . . . 
Bur ford .... 
Burgessville. 



Caledonia 
Campbellville 

Cayuga 

Chatham. . . . 
Chippawa. . . 



Clifford.. . 
Clinton. . . 
Comber . . . 
Cottam. . . 
Courtright. 

Dashwood. 
Delaware. . 

Delhi 

Dorchester 
Drayton. . . 



Dresden. . 
Drumbo. . 
Dublin. . . 
Dundas. . 
Dunnville 



22 years 

15 " 

19 " 

16 " 
22 " 

16 " 

13 " 

16 " 

20 " 
22 " 

22 " 
3 " 

17 " 
19 " 

16 " 

19 " 

19 " 

23 " 

20 " 

15 " 

12 " 

17 " 

16 " 
19 " 

18 " 

22 " 
15 " 

15 " 

19 " 

17 " 

16 " 

20 " 
19 " 

13 " 

16 " 

17 " 

19 " 
2 " 

20 * 

16 a 

19 " 

20 " 

17 " 

23 " 
16 " 



Amount 



$ c. 
65,467.80 
10,600.51 
14,896.60 
14,905.50 
51,234.95 

16,231.08 
5,902.71 
40,941.12 
14,292.87 
30,955.70 

39,429.86 
3,080.31 
9,895.94 

36,230.56 
9,317.39 

16,916.56 

16,889.33 

164,683.18 

865,674.25 

32,262.12 

5,968.36 
11,489.72 
12,547.52 
13,150.48 

5,155.99 

21,747.21 

2,442.26 

9,222.09 

380,750.24 

16,607.60 

6,717.41 

44,939.51 

18,086.32 

4,120.58 

5,472.89 

8,133.41 
3,086.15 
2,180.26 
7,272.88 
12,044.24 

30,637.35 

6,305.13 

5,493.44 

134,604.08 

59,435.52 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1939 



Dutton. 
Elmira . 
Elora. . 
Embro . 
Erieau . 



Erie Beach . . . 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp 

Exeter 

Fergus 



Fonthill 

Forest 

Forest Hill Village. 

Gait 

Georgetown 



Glencoe . . . 
Goderich. . 
Granton. . . 
Guelph. . . . 
Hagersville 

Hamilton. . 
Harriston. . 
Harrow. . . 
Hensall. . . 
Hespeler. . 



Highgate. . . . 
Humberstone 
Ingersoll. . . . 

Jarvis 

Kingsville . . . 



Kitchener. . 
Lambeth . . . 

LaSalle 

Leamington. 
Listowel . . . . 



London 

London twp.. 
Long Branch. 

Lucan 

Lynden 



Markham . 
Merlin . . . 
Merritton 
Milton. . . 
Milverton 



19 years 
21 " 

20 ■ 
20 " 
16 " 

15 " 

16 ■ 

17 " 

18 " 

20 " 

14 " 

17 " 
16 u 
23 " 

21 " 

16 " 

20 " 

18 " 
23 " 

21 " 

23 " 

18 « 

16 " 

18 " 

23 " 

18 " 
16 " 

23 " 

16 * 

16 " 

23 " 

19 " 

14 " 

16 " 

18 ■ 

23 ■ 

15 " 
9 ■ 

19 " 
19 " 

16 " 
16 " 
18 " 
21 " 

18 " 



Amount 



$ c. 
18,995.85 
74,523.87 
35,800.44 
10,876.81 
6,094.18 

1,540.01 

29,651.16 

202,578.94 

40,104.49 

58,949.59 

5,919.26 

31,461.66 

150,256.56 

521,404.95 

98,529.52 

19,511.71 

118,214.96 

7,812.55 

636,533.95 

73,610.35 

4,491,922.55 

32,455.04 

23,462.77 

15,724.36 

108,385.58 

9,379.45 

19,894.43 

176,663.91 

14,376.68 

38,733.34 

1,240,656.14 

9,319.95 

13,441.88 

81,544.06 

73,626.19 

2,346,844.03 
19,053.93 
23,573.96 
17,754.56 
12,719.10 

18,050.95 
11,256.51 
139,855.27 
96,470.39 
41,285.65 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



149 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

the proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1939 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1939 



Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges .... 
Newbury 

New Hamburg 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 
Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford twp 

Stouffville. . 



22 years 

23 " 
16 " 

19 " 
16 " 

23 " 

20 " 

19 " 
16 " 
22 " 

16 " 

18 " 

18 " 

20 " 

16 " 

18 " 

20 " 

17 " 

18 u 
22 " 

18 " 
16 " 
13 " 

22 " 

23 " 

20 " 

16 " 

15 " 

19 " 

17 " 

21 " 

17 " 

18 " 
17 " 

19 " 

17 " 
23 " 
23 " 

18 " 

16 " 

23 " 

19 " 

17 " 

18 u 
16 " 



Amount 



$ c. 

134,745.68 

42,154.22 

5,934.50 

7,278.96 

4,341.59 

47,010.81 

419,051.52 

545,286.27 

29,527.21 

34,883.10 

23,731.37 

8,312.17 

40,758.56 

106,436.56 

17,957.64 

96,709.20 
8,585.50 
54,986.49 
91,408.25 
38,006.72 

33,524.30 

24,093.50 

6,338.62 

38,146.16 

246,632.91 

8,701.47 

6,511.03 

18,169.40 

40,062.29 

77,160.13 

10,676.75 

12,639.77 

552,138.27 

6,360.78 

13,327.31 

15,213.81 
125,978.53 
464,937.70 
583,786.77 
173,952.74 

58,298.63 
98,351.25 
8,753.71 
91,628.77 
15,466.51 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1939 



Stratford . . 
Strathroy. . 
Streetsville 
Sutton .... 
Swansea . . . 



Tavistock. . 
Tecumseh. . 
Thamesford. 
Thamesville 
Thedford. . . 



Thorndale. . 
Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg. 
Toronto. . . . 



Toronto twp 

Trafalgar twp. area 1 
Trafalgar twp. area 2 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 



Waterdown. 
Waterford. . 
Waterloo. . . 
Watford. . . . 
Welland. . . . 



Wellesley. . . 
West Lome. 
Weston. . . . 
Wheatley. . . 
Windsor 



Woodbridge. . . 
Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York twp 

York East twp. 



York North twp 

Zurich , 

Ontario Reformatory. 
Toronto Trans. Com. 
Sandwich, Windsor & 
Amherstburg Ry. Co. 



23 years 

20 " 

5 " 

16 " 

14 " 

18 " 

17 " 
20 " 

19 " 

16 " 

20 " 

17 " 
19 " 
23 " 
23 " 

21 " 

3 " 

3 " 

19 " 

16 " 

23 " 

19 " 
23 " 

17 " 

17 " 

18 " 
18 " 
23 " 

16 " 

20 " 

20 " 

23 " 

18 " 

19 " 

15 " 

16 " 

17 " 

5 " 

18 " 

17 " 



Amount 



$ c. 

567,229.35 

82,942.82 

1,974.54 

15,166.82 

70,089.51 

42,504.11 
24,182.46 
16,017.35 
16,446.32 
8,888.10 

8,072.97 

93,528.88 

43,411.73 

82,416.37 

7,661,429.52 

102,843.54 
3,550.12 
1,127.54 

175,363.68 
3,439.58 

21,413.58 
30,094.93 

245,077.62 
21,730.36 

267,629.52 

15,496.79 

23,894.12 

220,636.54 

12,510.58 

2,846,439.01 

28,656.65 

373,021.85 

7,763.76 

582,715.07 

258,357.58 

132,845.43 

12,379.36 

4,526.15 

171,856.90 

176,304.14 



Total— Municipalities $42,468,173. 15 

Total— Rural power districts . . 2,591,370 . 09 



Grand total $45,059,543 . 24 



150 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

NIAGARA SYSTEM N— RURAL OPERATING 

Rural Power Districts 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1939 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $2,834,782 . 69 

Cost of power as provided to be paid under Power Commission Act. .$1,253,633.83 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 716,779.89 

Interest 452,129.91 

Provision for renewals 198,134 . 37 

Provision for sinking fund 105,426 . 10 

2,726,104.10 

Balance $ 108,678.59 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



151 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Renewals, Contingencies and Obsolescence and Sinking 
Fund charged by the Commission to the Municipalities which operate 
the respective rural lines for the year ended October 31, 1939 















Total 














interest, 










Provision 




renewals, 








Provision 


for con- 


Provision 


obsolescence, 


Operated by 


Capital 


Interest 


for 


tingencies 


for 


contin- 




cost 




renewals 


and ob- 
solescence 


sinking 
fund 


gencies and 

sinking fund 

charged 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Milton 


440.82 


21.86 


8.82 


4.41 


, 7.93 


43.02 


Welland 


19,617.60 


823.94 


392.35 


196.18 


353.12 


1,765.59 


Totals 


20,058.42 


845.80 


401.17 


200.59 


361.05 


1,808.61 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund in respect of each line, together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1939 





Period of years 

ended 
October 31, 1939 


Amount 


Milton 


26 years 

27 years 


$ c. 
330.29 


Welland 


15,771.69 






Total 


16.101.98 









152 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual Cost 



Municipality 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton. . . . 
Beeton 

Bradford 

Brechin 

Cannington . . 
Chatsworth. . 
Chesley 

Coldwater. . . . 
Collingwood. . 
Cookstown . . . 
Creemore. . . . 
Dundalk 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood. . . . 
Flesherton. . . 
Grand Valley. 

Gravenhurst. . 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine . . . 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 

Markdale .... 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Mount Forest 

Neustadt 

Orangeville. . . 
Owen Sound. . 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31 

1938 



$ c. 
51.00 
67.00 
32.50 
40.00 
66.00 

55.00 
48.50 
40.50 
45.00 
35.50 

36.50 
39.00 
50.00 
53.00 
37.00 

39.00 
39.50 
42.50 
45.50 
53.00 

25.00 
32.00 
80.00 
28.00 
46.50 

56.00 
53.50 
37.00 
40.50 
31.50 

47.00 
44.00 
65.00 
44.00 
32.00 



From 

Jan. 1 

1939 



$ c. 
48.00 
63.00 
32.50 
40.00 
60.00 

50.00 
48.50 
40.50 
41.00 
35.50 

35.00 
37.00 
45.00 
48.00 
37.00 

39.00 
39.50 
42.50 
45.00 
53.00 

25.00 
32.00 
80.00 
28.00 
45.00 

56.00 
51.00 
37.00 
40.00 
31.50 

45.00 
44.00 
55.00 
44.00 
32.00 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



111,543.00 
66,730.01 

779,477.29 
63,453.92 
44,930.91 

69,187.04 
17,782.45 
45,466.90 
19,604.80 
143,518.01 

71,148.86 
368,694.30 
25,085.16 
40,235.25 
55,269.61 

93,511.47 
42,737.90 
16,460.45 
20,083.51 
48,686.38 

183,480.98 
267,212.00 
8,773.23 
272,076.81 
215,004.28 

11,690.51 

87,350.97 

45,793.06 

158,152.45 

673,834.35 

36,534.94 
146,528.56 

13,435.48 
198,661.74 
963,143.57 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



316.0 

156.0 

3,262.2 

234.5 

89.1 

188.0 
50.2 

163.0 
70.1 

529.6 

274.2 

1,384.7 

76.2 

117.8 

205.2 

323.5 

160.6 

56.3 

66.7 

135.5 

913.9 

1,072.2 

15.9 

1,074.5 

652.6 

26.2 

232.3 

176.4 

540.0 

2,809.6 

114.1 

481.7 

33.8 

614.5 

3,988.7 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



$ c. 
227.41 
112.26 
2,347.60 
168.76 
64.12 

135.29 
36.13 

117.30 
50.45 

381.12 

197.32 

996.48 

54.84 

84.77 

147.67 

232.80 

115.57 

40.52 

48.00 

97.51 



771.60 
11.44 



469.64 

18.85 

167.17 

126.94 

388.60 

2,021.89 

82.11 
346.65 

24.32 

442.22 

2,870.42 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



$ c. 
4,212.83 
3,939.72 
34,579.79 
3,229.45 
1,491.26 

2,864.65 
824.14 
2,385.81 
1,009.11 
6,280.45 

2,985.51 
15,763.14 
1,178.79 
1,862.84 
2,998.17 

4,313.24 
2,413.13 
869.27 
1,120.60 
2,872.70 

8,472.08 

11,197.81 

520.77 

11,371.05 

8,470.50 

512.93 

3,489.33 

2,322.55 

7,210.12 

29,827.91 

1,514.20 

8,099.81 

535.56 

9,575.04 

44,677.07 



Interest 



$ c. 
5,234.58 
3,135.57 
36,752.29 
2,979.43 
2,108.33 

3,253.89 
833.06 

2,141.99 
913.14 

6,777.64 

3,332.32 
17,257.57 
1,169.83 
1,857.02 
2,574.46 

4,410.49 

2,011.73 

774.02 

939.63 

2,294.96 

8,655.86 

12,591.52 

417.35 

11,929.73 

10,092.91 

544.51 

4,100.36 

2,141.41 

7,426.75 

31,774.60 

1,716 33 

6,959.57 

624.20 

9,352.70 

45,395.96 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



153 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of Power supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 






Amount 




Amounts 








Cost in 
excess of 


charged 
to each 


Amounts 
received 


remaining 










to be 










revenue 


munici- 


from 


credited 




Provision 


Provision 


Provision 


from 


pality in 


(or billed 


or 


Provision 


for con- 


for 


for 


power 


respect of 


against) 


charged 


for 


tingencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


sold to 


power 


each munici- 


to each 


renewals 


and ob- 


tion of 


fund 


private 


supplied 


pality by 


municipality 




solescence 


rates 




companies 


to it in 
the year 


the Com- 
mission 


Credited 
(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,569.46 


394.70 


948.00 


1,172.29 


62.15 


13,821.42 


15,330.84 


1,509.42 


1,007.28 


232.40 


468.00 


701 . 13 


30.68 


9,627.04 


9,936.26 


309.22 


8,753.82 


3,056.80 


9,786.60 


8,180.48 


641.58 


104,098.96 


106,021.21 


1,922.25 


775.11 


244.01 


703.50 


664.83 


46.12 


8,811.21 


9,379.63 


568.42 


712.12 


151.46 


267.30 


472.48 


17.52 


5,284.59 


5,444.85 


160.26 


992.54 


246.89 


564.00 


728.40 


36.97 


8,822.63 


9,553.74 


731.11 


248.51 


66.45 


150.60 


185.80 


9.87 


2,354.56 


2,435.49 


'80.93 


565.49 


174.09 


489.00 


476.19 


32.06 


6,381.93 


6,602.52 


220.59 


245.02 


80.18 


210.30 


205.75 


13.79 


2,727.74 


2,926.30 


198.56 


1,761.00 


573.89 


1,588.80 


1,506.99 


104.16 


18,974.05 


18,799.60 


(174.45) 


847.66 


286.38 


822.60 


746.50 


53.93 


9,272.22 


9,660.67 


388.45 


4,479.13 


1,434.45 


4,154.10 


3,874.29 


272.33 


48,231.49 


51,722.37 


3,490.88 


339.08 


95.82 


228.60 


261.95 


14.99 


3,343.90 


3,502.17 


158.27 


546.10 


146.67 


353.40 


416.49 


23.17 


5,290.46 


5,756.56 


466.10 


662.65 


216.27 


615.60 


573.55 


40.36 


7,828.73 


7,593.37 


(235.36) 


1,190.56 


368.69 


970.50 


981.02 


63.62 


12,530.92 


12,617.56 


86.64 


518.02 


170.83 


481.80 


448.57 


31.59 


6,191.24 


6,345.32 


154.08 


211.09 


68.68 


168.90 


172.77 


11.07 


2,316.32 


2,391.32 


75.00 


261.72 


75.51 


200.10 


210.82 


13.12 


2,§69.50 


3,006.21 


136.71 


689.42 


176.65 


406.50 


511.33 


26.65 


7,075.72 


7,179.73 


104.01 


1,755.89 


752.97 


2,741.70 


1,925.06 


179.74 


24,483.30 


22,847.50 


(1,635.80) 


3,094.58 


1,090.41 


3,216.60 


2,803.19 


210.87 


34,976.58 


34,310.84 


(665.74) 


142.11 


27.78 


47.70 


92.23 


3.13 


1,262.51 


1,275.60 


13.09 


2,798.56 


974.44 


3,223.50 


2,649.85 


211.32 


33,158.45 


30,085.04 


(3,073.41) 


2,931.63 


781.17 


1,957.80 


2,257.99 


128.35 


27,089.99 


29,517.80 


2,427.81 


175.93 


39.81 


78.60 


121.31 


5.15 


1,497.09 


1,465.32 


(31.77) 


1,259.90 


312.32 


696.90 


917.67 


45.69 


10,989.34 


11,950.58 


961.24 


545.74 


176.68 


529.20 


480.47 


34.69 


6,357.68 


6,526.79 


169.11 


2,023.78 


601.68 


1,620.00 


1,656.73 


106.20 


21,033.86 


21,650.03 


616.17 


7,585.22 


2,584.44 


8,428.80 


7,069.68 


552.57 


89,845.11 


88,502.12 


(1,342.99) 


491.44 


139.21 


342.30 


383.66 


22.44 


4,691.69 


5,174.39 


482.70 


1,943.20 


539.35 


1,445.10 


1,550.48 


94.74 


20,978.90 


21,195.92 


217.02 


197.79 


46.90 


101.40 


141.14 


6.65 


1,677.96 


1,927.58 


249.62 


2,683.91 


725.27 


1,843.50 


2,085.86 


120.85 


26,829.35 


27,039.47 


210.12 


10,895.14 


3,745.49 


11,966.10 


10,103.28 


784.52 


130,437.98 


127,639.59 


(2,798.39) 



154 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual Cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per horsepower 

collected by 

Commission 

during year 



To 

Dec. 31 

1938 



From 

Jan. 1 

1939 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Paisley 

Penetanguishene . 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll. .. 
Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton. . . . 

Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene 

Wiarton 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 



$ c. 
54.00 
36.50 
39.00 
37.00 
46.50 

60.00 
70.00 
88.00 
42.00 
39.00 

40.00 
54.00 
42.50 
52.50 
60.50 

83.00 
48.50 
40.00 
34.50 
40.00 

58.00 
60.00 
52.50 
54.00 



$ c. 
50.00 
36.50 
39.00 
37.00 
46.50 

50.00 
65.00 
80.00 
42.00 
39.00 

38.00 
54.00 
42.00 
50.00 
60.00 

70.00 
48.50 
38.00 
34.00 
38.00 

54.00 
55.00 
50.00 
54.00 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Local distribution systems 

Non-operating capital 

Grand totals 



$ c. 

46,450.07 

211,706.60 

117,776.71 

25,215.47 

92,416.36 

3,744.44 
33,633.81 
27,397.63 
72,738.78 
91,652.42 

66,947.88 
29,158.84 
30,064.60 
50,872.57 
13,495.64 

40,487.35 
101,621.52 

20,317.42 
177,053.54 

28,023.63 

118,974.50 
16,420.55 

155,992.53 
25,719.00 



125.4 
784.0 
374.9 
87.8 
272.5 

9.3 

72.3 

40.7 

239.1 

297.8 

248.3 
77.9 
99.3 

140.6 
32.7 

73.2 
282.9 

71.2 
728.5 
109.0 

294.9 
40.7 

414.7 
71.8 



$ c. 

90.24 
564.20 
269.79 

63.18 
196.10 

6.69 
52.03 



172.07 
214.31 

178.69 
56.06 
71.46 

101.18 
23.53 

52.68 
203.59 

51.24 
524.26 

78.44 

212.22 



298.43 
51.67 



$ c. 
1,890.38 
8,782.52 
4,990.67 
1,006.98 
4,019.83 

207.06 
1,589.78 

931.95 
3,623.16 
3,922.27 

3,237.53 
1,303.32 
1,615.06 
2,105.71 
578.59 

1,458.79 
4,451.09 
1,280.20 
7,949.51 
1,399.22 

4,570.16 

657.01 

5,657.95 

1,133.19 



$ c. 
2,177.54 
9,962.84 
5,571,94 
1,189.88 
4,356.27 

168.96 
1,575.09 
1,266.56 
3,432.90 
4,330.85 

3,142.72 
1,373.62 
1,414.09 
2,392.00 
636.77 

1,892.80 
4,682.99 
957.17 
8,331.92 
1,312.78 

5,579.91 

745.71 

7,345.85 

1,211.97 



7,023,162.01 

1,663,423.97 
332,576.19 
249,727.88 



25,595.3 

5,773.7 

1,180.7 

511.8 



16,929.83 

9,263.30 
849.65 
368.32 



313,353.26 

69,050.78 
13,930.95 
14,190.92 



329,528.84 

77,770.62 
15,650.40 
11,701.55 



9,268,890.05 
68,531.86 



9,337,421.91 



33,061.5 



27,411.10 



410,525.91 



434,651.41 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



155 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of Power supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 






Amount 




Amounts 










Cost in 
excess of 


charged 
to each 


Amounts 
received 


remaining 










to be 










revenue 


munici- 


from 


credited 




Provision 


Provision 


Provision 


from 


pality in 


(or billed 


or 


Provision 


for con- 


for 


for 


power 


respect of 


against) 


charged 


for 


tingencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


sold to 


power 


each munici- 


to each 


renewals 


and ob- 


tion of 


fund 


private 


supplied 


pality by 


municipality 




solescence 


rates 




companies 


to it in 


the Com- 


Credited 












the year 


mission 


(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


666.33 


170.66 


376.20 


488.11 


24.66 


5,884.12 


6,356.91 


472 . 79 


2,590.16 


805.46 


2,352.00 


2,222.07 


154.19 


27,433.44 


28,615.89 


1,182.45 


1,570.32 


432.35 


1,124.70 


1,237.23 


73.73 


15,270.73 


14,621.11 


(649.62) 


320.09 


102.76 


263.40 


264.65 


17.27 


3,228.21 


3,248.90 


20.69 


1,273.48 


328.34 


817.50 


968.83 


53.59 


12,013.94 


12,672.78 


658.84 


55.38 


16.33 


27.90 


39.34 


1.83 


523.49 


483.25 


(40.24) 


521.07 


113.32 


216.90 


353.50 


14.22 


4,435.91 


4,764.05 


328.14 


453.66 


85.88 


122.10 


283.41 


8.00 


3,151.56 


3,311.99 


160.43 


953.10 


281.53 


717.30 


763.58 


47.02 


9,990.66 


10,042.41 


51.75 


1,209.31 


342.25 


893.40 


962.74 


58.57 


11,933.70 


11,612.61 


(321.09) 


818.40 


266.39 


744.90 


702.74 


48.83 


9,140.20 


9,510.47 


370.27 


418.84 


103.57 


233.70 


305.81 


15.32 


3,810.24 


4,206.15 


395.91 


392.95 


119.05 


297.90 


315.61 


19.53 


4,245.65 


4,178.18 


(67.47) 


722.63 


201.41 


421.80 


534.40 


27.65 


6,506.78 


7,089.15 


582.37 


201.43 


50.63 


98.10 


141.85 


6.43 


1,737.33 


1,965.79 


228.46 


656.54 


131.41 


219.60 


425.81 


14.40 


4,852.03 


5,297.51 


445.48 


1,392.69 


353.97 


848.70 


1,042.98 


55.64 


13,031.65 


13,721.84 


690.19 


257.64 


79.77 


213.60 


213.60 


14.00 


3,067.22 


2,730.41 


(336.81) 


2,013.45 


701.26 


2,185.50 


1,857.68 


143.28 


23,706.86 


24,827.92 


1,121.06 


331.77 


115.84 


327.00 


294.01 


21.44 


3,880.50 


4,171.83 


291.33 


1,760.74 


412.73 


884.70 


1,249.90 


58.00 


14,728.36 


16,126.35 


1,397.99 


234.12 


57.94 


122.10 


167.82 


8.00 


1,992.70 


2,252.71 


260.01 


2,257.12 


560.44 


1,244.10 


1,642.41 


81.56 


19,087.86 


20,896.52 


1,808.66 


362.23 


90.83 


215.40 


269.32 


14.12 


3,348.73 


3,877.65 


528.92 


86,334.05 


26,722.86 


76,785.90 


73,477.63 


5,033.92 


928,166.29 


943,896.67 


27,103.52 
(11,373.14) 


21,334.42 


6,361.80 


17,321.10 


17,261.78 


1,135.48 


219,499.28 


219,499.28 




4,142.55 


1,275.46 




3,473 . 72 


(5,817.31) 


33,505.42 


33,505.42 




3,868.79 


1,515.24 




2,597.24 


(352.09) 


33,889.97 


33,889.97 




115,679.81 


35,875.36 


94,107.00 


96,810.37 




1,215,060.96 


1,230,791.34 


27,103.52 
















(11,373.14) 



156 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Alliston 


June 1918 
Dec. 1916 
April 1913 
Nov. 1914 
Aug. 1918 

Oct. 1918 
Jan. 1915 
Nov. 1914 
Dec. 1915 
July 1916 

Mar. 1913 
Mar. 1913 
May 1918 
Nov. 1914 
Dec. 1915 

Dec. 1915 
June 1913 
April 1918 
Dec. 1915 
Dec. 1916 

Nov. 1915 
Sept. 1916 
May 1916 
Sept. 1916 
Mar. 1921 

June 1920 
Jan. 1921 
Mar. 1916 
Jan. 1924 
July 1911 

Dec. 1932 
Dec. 1915 
Dec. 1918 
July 1916 
Dec. 1915 


$ c. 
2,528.24 
1,327.40 
7,639.29 

932.99 
1,102.53 

1,561.41 
270.07 
208.21 
573.45 
843.60 

1,621.43 
10,610.70 

615.55 
1,063.10 

560.43 

567.59 
593.15 
255.51 
547.50 
526.31 

1,267.73 
1,997.85 


$ c. 


Arthur 




Barrie 




Beaverton 




Beeton 




Bradford 




Brechin 




Cannington 




Chatsworth 




Chesley 




Coldwater. 




Collingwood 




Cookstown 




Creemore ... 




Dundalk 




Durham 




Elmvale 




Elmwood 




Flesherton 




Grand Valley 




Gravenhurst 




Hanover ...... 






81.10 


Huntsville 


534.77 
4,508.97 

123.13 
1,924.89 
1,251.85 
2,199.86 
4,650.32 

712.31 
1,586.62 

526.64 
2,187.59 
7,641.73 








Kirkfield . 




Lucknow . 








Meaford. ... . . . 








Mildmay. . . . 




Mount Forest . . ... 








Orangeville. . . .... 




Owen Sound. . 









1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



157 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,528.24 
1,327.40 
7,639.29 

932.99 
1,102.53 

1,561.41 
270.07 
208.21 
573.45 
843.60 

1,621.43 
10,610.70 

615.55 
1,063.10 

561.51 

567.59 
593.15 
255.51 
547.50 
526.31 

1,267.73 
1,997.85 


$ c. 
1,509.42 

309.22 
1,922.25 

568.42 

160.26 

731.11 

80.93 

220.59 

198.56 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,509.42 

309.22 
1,922.25 

568.42 

160.26 

731.11 

80.93 

220.59 

198.56 


$ c. 




















































174.45 


174.45 




388.45 

3,490.88 

158.27 

466.10 


388.45 

3,490.88 

158.27 

466.10 






















1.08 


235.36 


235.36 




86.64 
154.08 

75.00 
136.71 
104.01 


86.64 
154.08 

75.00 
136.71 
104.01 






























1,635.80 
665.74 


1,635.80 








665.74 


81.10 


13.09 


13.09 






534.77 
4,508.97 

123.13 
1,924.89 
1,251.85 
2,199.86 
4,650.32 

712.31 
1,586.62 

526.64 
2,187.59 
7,641.73 


3,073.41 


3,073.41 




2,427.81 


2,427.81 






31.77 


31.77 




961.24 
169.11 
616.17 


961.24 
169.11 
616.17 


















1,342.99 


1,342.99 




482.70 
217.02 
249.62 
210.12 


482.70 
217.02 
249.62 
210.12 
























2,798.39 


2,798.39 











158 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Paisley 


Sept. 1923 
July 1911 
Mar. 1931 
Jan. 1915 
Sept. 1922 

Mar. 1920 
Jan. 1921 
July 1931 
July 1916 
Feb. 1931 

Oct. 1913 
Nov. 1914 
Feb. 1918 
Dec. 1920 
Nov. 1918 

Oct. 1918 
Sept. 1922 
July 1914 
Feb. 1931 
Dec. 1914 

May 1931 
June 1930 
Dec. 1920 
Nov. 1914 


$ c. 
1,186.03 
2,840.35 
131.31 
159.08 
638.79 

259.88 
822.19 
562.84 
441.40 
413.96 

1,324.57 

247.27 
451.76 
889.53 
144.84 

1,208.69 
968.67 
251.07 

2,648.50 
711.55 

2,864.25 

439.67 

2,927.77 

91.44 


$ c. 


Penetanguishene 




Port Elgin 




Port McNicoll 




Port Perry 




Priceville 




Ripley 




Rosseau 




Shelburne 




Southampton 




Stayner. 




Sunderland 




Tara 




Teeswater 




Thornton 




Tottenham 




Uxbridge 




Victoria Harbour. . 




Walkerton 




Waubaushene . . 




Wiarton 




Windermere .... 




Wingham 




Woodville 








Totals — Municipalities 


87,688.13 
66,759.44 


81.10 


Totals — Rural power districts .... 




149.966.90 








Grand totals . 


154,447.57 


150,048.00 









1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



159 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,186.03 
2,840.35 
131.31 
159.08 
638.79 

259.88 
822.19 
562.84 
441.40 
413.96 

1,324.57 
247.27 
451.76 
889.53 
144.84 

1,208.69 
968.67 
251.07 

2,648.50 
711.55 

2,864.25 

439.67 

2,927.77 

91.44 


$ c. 

472.79 

1,182.45 


$ c. 


$ c. 

472.79 

1,182.45 


$ c. 










649.62 


649.62 




20.69 
658.84 


20.69 
658.84 












40.24 


40.24 




328.14 

160.43 

51.75 


328.14 

160.43 

51.75 


















321.09 


321.09 




370.27 
395.91 


370.27 
395.91 












67.47 


67.47 




582.37 
228.46 

445.48 
690.19 


582.37 
228.46 

445.48 
690.19 
























336.81 


336.81 




1,121.06 
291.33 

1,397.99 
260.01 

1,808.66 
528.92 


1,121.06 
291.33 

1,397.99 
260.01 

1,808.66 
528.92 








































82.18 
2,911.19 


87,689.21 
5,990.76 


27,103.52 
9,811.99 


11,373.14 
67,172.19 


27,103.52 
75,052.43 


11,373.14 
218,699.66 


2,993.37 


93,679.97 


36,915.51 


78,545.33 


102,155.95 


230,072.80 



160 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



G.B.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

the proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1939 



Municipality 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton. . . 
Beeton 

Bradford .... 

Brechin 

Cannington. . 
Chatsworth. . 
Chesley 

Coldwater. . . 
Collingwood . 
Cookstown. . 

Creemore 

Dundalk. . . . 

Durham. 

Elmvale 

Elmwood. . . . 
Flesherton. . . 
Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst . 
Hanover. . . . 

Holstein 

Huntsville. . . 
Kincardine. . 

Kirkfield. ... 
Lucknow. . . . 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1939 



16 years 

18 " 
21 " 
20 " 
16 " 

16 " 

20 " 

20 " 

19 " 

18 " 

21 " 
21 " 
16 " 

20 " 

19 " 

19 " 

21 " 
16 " 
19 " 

18 " 

19 " 
18 " 
18 " 
18 " 
15 " 

15 " 

15 " 

18 " 

15 " 

21 " 



Amount 



$ c. 
21,524.64 
18,388.91 
139,016.26 
19,538.37 
14,739.04 

17,087.18 
7,358.03 

14,748.50 
4,130.36 

33,894.05 

14,314.12 

128,589.15 

4,999.26 

11,216.30 

11,672.06 

29,403.83 

14,371.66 

3,838.93 

6,274.28 

11,408.41 

25,902.27 
76,985.29 
2,543.47 
54,729.86 
38,944.47 

3,014.96 
18,117.63 

9,518.46 

27,196.13 

205,145.99 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1939 



Mildmay 

Mount Forest. . . 

Neustadt 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene . 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll . . 
Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton . . . 

Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene. . . 

Wiarton 

Windermere .... 

Wingham 

Woodville 



7 years 

19 " 

16 " 

18 " 

19 " 

15 " 

23 " 

9 " 

20 " 
15 " 

15 " 

15 " 
9 " 

18 " 

9 " 

21 " 
20 " 

16 ■ 

15 " 

16 " 

16 " 

15 ■ 

20 " 

9 " 

20 " 

9 " 

10 " 

15 ■ 

20 " 



Amount 



$ c. 

2,562.23 

30,104.10 

6.184.85 

41,006.49 

192,476.02 

10,230.99 

59,394.22 

9,383.85 

5,909.15 

16,014.89 

896.73 

7,147.33 

3,033.30 

17,888.79 

8,231.17 

15,424.17 
9,723.53 
7,936.73 

11,442.03 
3,148.78 

9,976.30 
16,923.98 

6,144.18 
15,364.99 
3,983.36 

12,034.56 
2,131.23 

33,661.61 
9,506.14 



Totals— Municipalities $1,556,477.57 

Totals— Rural power districts . 257, 795 . 88 



Grand total $1,814,273.45 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



161 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM G.B.— RURAL OPERATING 

Rural Power Districts 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1939 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $449,428 . 70 

Cost of power as provided to be paid under Power Commission Act. . . . $219,499.28 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 131,276. 84 

Interest 95,848. 87 

Provision for renewals 38,889 . 57 

Provision for sinking fund 21,274 . 34 

506,788.90 

Balance $ 57,360.20 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Renewals, Contingencies and Obsolescence and Sinking 
Fund charged by the Commission to the Municipalities which operate 
the respective rural lines for the year ended October 31, 1939 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Provision 
for 

renewals 


Provision 
for con- 
tingencies 
and ob- 
solescence 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


Total interest, 

renewals, 

obsolescence, 

contingencies 

and sinking 

fund charged 


Brechin 


$ c. 

922.02 

1,915.15 


$ c. 

48.22 

107.44 


$ c. 
18.44 
38.30 


$ c. 

9.22 

19.15 


$ c. 
16.60 
34.47 


$ c. 
92.48 


Flesherton 


199.36 


Totals 


2,837.17 


155.66 


56.74 


28.37 


51.07 


291.84 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line, together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1939 





Period of years 

ended 
October 31, 1939 


Amount 


Brechin 


21 years 

22 years 


$ c. 
494.50 


Flesherton 


913.61 






Total 




1,408.11 









6— H.E. 



162 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual Cost 



Municipality 



To 

Dec. 31 

1938 



Interim rates 

per horsepower 

collected by 

Commission 

during year 



From 

Jan. 1 

1939 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Alexandria 

Apple Hill 

Arnprior 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville 

Bloomfield . . . 
Bowmanville. . 
Brighton. 
Brockville 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 
Chesterville . . 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto 

Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock. . . . 

Kemptville. . . 

Kingston 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora. . . . 
Martintown . . 
Maxville 

Millbrook 

Morrisburg. . . 

Napanee 

Newcastle 

Norwood 



$ c. 
55.00 
44.00 
32.00 
45.00 
66.00 

28.00 
47.00 
31.00 
32.00 
26.00 

29.00 
29.00 
34.00 
65.00 
31.00 

33.00 
45.00 
47.00 
42.00 
46.50 

35.00 
27.00 
39.00 
40.00 
62.00 

34.00 
40.50 
40.50 
43.50 
51.00 

53.00 
32.50 
30.00 
32.50 
35.50 



$ c. 
52.00 
44.00 
30.00 
45.00 
56.00 

26.00 
47.00 
31.00 
32.00 
26.00 

28.00 
28.00 
33.00 
60.00 
31.00 

33.00 
46.00 
42.00 
42.00 
46.50 

35.00 
27.00 
37.00 
40.00 
60.00 

34.00 
44.00 
38.00 
42.00 
48.00 

40.00 
32.50 
30.00 
32.50 
35.50 



$ c 

77,477.15 
11,159.27 
122,030.59 
34,580.16 
13,471.24 

876,988.57 
32,063.11 

451,676.63 
62,471.00 

532,684.12 

35,464.91 

240,559.71 

50,943.90 

25,011.45 

353,863.55 

37,143.32 
46,965.71 
22,305.76 
27,711.48 
48,402.82 

76,416.18 
1,525,753.95 
72,337.94 
20,778.91 
17,449.57 

503,110.18 

52,451.99 

30,588.44 

7,893.85 

33,199.44 

18,152.02 
37,055.47 
221,613.15 
28,433.96 
26,421.84 



195.8 

38.2 

818.5 

105.3 

34.8 

5,514.7 
104.6 

2,282.9 
303.4 

3,585.3 

229.4 
1,493.2 

252.0 

65.7 

1,860.6 

179 

154.2 
78.4 
98.6 

141.2 



369 

8,481 
280.4 
78.6 
40.8 



2,445.1 

176.8 

120.1 

33.8 

87.9 

67.7 

207.1 

1,178.3 

134.2 

119.4 



$ c. 
1,386.65 

270.53 
5,796.58 

745.73 

246.45 

39,054.86 

740.77 

16,167.40 

2,148.67 

25,390.94 

1,624.60 
10,574.78 

1,784.65 

465.28 

13,176.69 

1,268.38 

1,092.04 

555.23 

698.28 

999.97 

2,617.49 

60,068.44 

1,985.78 

556.64 

288.94 

17,316.09 

1,252.09 

850.54 

239.37 

622.50 

479.45 

1,466.67 

8,344.67 

950.40 

845.59 



$ c. 
2,128.94 

442.76 
8,124.20 

810.35 

341.59 

32,695.37 
1,144.98 

17,367.50 
2,451.55 

20,685.44 

2,021.13 

8,879.79 

2,163.07 

835.74 

16,460.07 

1,547.13 
1,515.47 
860.09 
1,025.51 
1,240.99 

2,635.88 
53,551.61 

2,341.73 
670.70 
523.39 

22,323.09 

2,697.54 

1,137.09 

421.58 

839.84 

976.74 
1,876.95 
8,452.83 
1,198.52 
1,010.46 



$ c. 
3,605.76 

519.95 
5,699.75 
1,618.39 

624.49 

40,966.93 
1,490.38 

21,074.68 
2,910.40 

24,682.31 

1,650.79 

11,187.53 

2,331.09 

1,161.66 

16,483.45 

1,731.65 
2,199.94 
997.89 
1,272.78 
2,230.60 

3,559.86 
71,497.57 

3,363.93 
970.21 
775.32 

23,234.11 

2,456.62 

1,387.46 

339.16 

1,551.87 

798.97 

1,733.49 

10,330.94 

1,331.54 

1,206.53 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



163 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of Power supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 




Revenue 


Amount 




Amounts 










received 
in excess 


charged 
to each 


Amounts 
received 


remaining 










to be 










of cost of 


munici- 


from 


credited 




Provision 


Provision 


Provision 


power 


pality in 


(or billed 


or 


Provision 


for con- 


for 


for 


sold to 


respect of 


against) 


charged 


for 


tingencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


private 


power 


each munici- 


to each 


renewals 


and ob- 


tion of 


fund 


companies 


supplied 


pality by 


municipality 




solescence 


rates 




(Credit) 


to it in 
the year 


the Com- 
mission 


Credited 

(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,326.70 


248.36 


391.60 


814.73 


10.61 


9,892.13 


10,292.99 


400.86 


179.71 


42.38 


76.40 


117.29 


2.07 


1,646.95 


1,679.69 


32.74 


1,527.78 


499.96 


1,637.00 


1,282.87 


44.35 


24,523.79 


24,552.95 


29.16 


574.45 


115.79 


210.60 


364.95 


5.71 


4,434.55 


4,739.25 


304.70 


207.11 


41.71 


69.60 


141.77 


1.89 


1,670.83 


2,005.36 


334.53 


7,663.27 


2,934.17 


11,029.40 


9,220.60 


298.83 


143,265.77 


145,226.68 


1,960.91 


452.28 


103.67 


209.20 


336.49 


5.67 


4,472.10 


4,916.18 


444.08 


4,945.27 


1,549.10 


4,565.80 


4,750.47 


123.71 


70,296.51 


70,768.34 


471.83 


704.45 


227.19 


606.80 


656.20 


16.44 


9,688.82 


9,708.78 


19.96 


6,539.83 


2,122.69 


7,170.60 


5,571.40 


194.28 


91,968.93 


93,217.78 


1,248.85 


449.83 


151.59 


458.80 


373.00 


12.43 


6,717.31 


6,462.76 


(254.55) 


3,151.72 


910.85 


2,986.40 


2,532.31 


80.91 


40,142.47 


42,062.11 


1,919.64 


716.73 


193.61 


504.00 


526.94 


13.66 


8,206.43 


8,359.67 


153.24 


427.00 


84.80 


131.40 


263.22 


3.56 


3,365.54 


4,003.29 


637.75 


3,741.19 


1,235.75 


3,721.20 


3,719.40 


100.82 


58,436.93 


57,679.88 


(757.05) 


421.03 


134.97 


358.20 


390.09 


9.71 


5,841.74 


5,908.92 


67.18 


663.72 


178.58 


308.40 


494.45 


8.36 


6,444.24 


7,067.98 


623.74 


342.41 


76.91 


156. 8P 


226.82 


4.25 


3,211.90 


3,359.86 


147.96 


368.34 


95.40 


197.20 


286.65 


5.34 


3,938.82 


4,142.60 


203.78 


701.84 


158.42 


282.40 


502.30 


7.65 


6,108.87 


6,566.57 


457.70 


1,117.57 


277.94 


739.20 


804.47 


20.03 


11,732.38 


12,935.71 


1,203.33 


15,398.88 


4,947.39 


16,963.80 


16,083.70 


459.62 


238,051.77 


229,011.32 


(9,040.45) 


944.60 


237.87 


560.80 


761.02 


15.19 


10,180.54 


10,471.47 


290.93 


328.29 


75.72 


157.20 


218.79 


4.26 


2,973.29 


3,145.32 


172.03 


287.20 


54.37 


81.60 


175.43 


2.21 


2,184.04 


2,464.87 


280.83 


5,607.24 


1,667.17 


4,890.20 


5,251.53 


132.49 


80,156.94 


83,132.23 


2,975.29 


730.21 


185.90 


353.60 


550.71 


9.58 


8,217.09 


7,666.75 


(550.34) 


383.33 


113.66 


240.20 


314.76 


6.51 


4,420.53 


4,618.24 


197.71 


108.00 


27.82 


67.60 


76.92 


1.83 


1,278.62 


1,427.65 


149.03 


568.36 


114.09 


175.80 


351.41 


4.76 


4,219.11 


4,270.22 


51.11 


220.64 


61.84 


135.40 


179.83 


3.67 


2,849.20 


2,708.66 


(140.54) 


506.48 


161.46 


414.20 


389.59 


11.22 


6,537.62 


6,732.32 


194.70 


2,322.26 


779.76 


2,356.60 


2,330.71 


63.85 


34,853.92 


35,350.07 


496.15 


328.36 


101.20 


268.40 


299.08 


7.27 


4,470.23 


4,360.40 


(109.83) 


303.32 


97.69 


238.80 


271.98 


6.47 


3,967.90 


4,237.49 


269.59 



164 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual Cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per horsepower 

collected by 

Commission 

during year 



To 

Dec. 31 

1938 



From 

Jan. 1 

1939 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Orono. . 
Oshawa. 
Ottawa . 
Ottawa . 
Perth. . . 



$ c. 
48.00 
30.50 



$ c. 
37.00 
30.50 



Peterborough. 

Picton 

Port Hope . . . 

Prescott 

Richmond. . . . 



Russell 

Smiths Falls. 

Stirling 

Trenton 

Tweed 



Warkworth. . . 
Wellington . . . 

Westport 

Whitby 

Williamsburg. 

Winchester. . . 



20.50 
28.00 

26.00 
39.50 
32.50 
26.50 
52.00 

50.00 
25.00 
27.00 
24.00 
52.00 

40.00 
38.00 
62.00 
30.50 
28.00 

31.00 



20.50 
28.00 

26.00 
39.50 
32.50 
26.50 
50.00 

46.00 
25.00 
27.00 
24.00 
50.00 

40.00 
38.00 
55.00 
30.50 
28.00 

31.00 



$ c. 

21,469.20 

2,789,878.01 

964.71 

983,779.27 

230,717.51 

1,548,626.94 

270,922.73 

355,503.31 

148,856.93 

18,502.31 

19,228.34 
312,968.99 

44,706.14 
524,843.06 

67,049.96 

20,052.34 
46,833.49 
37,610.25 
236,529.73 
23,894.41 

52,753.19 



84.2 

14,121.3 

19,543.9 

9,928.7 

1,484.1 

9,386.4 

1,041.9 

1,916.7 

995.0 

59.2 

60.6 
2,294.1 

273.8 
3,492.8 

214.6 

78.8 
' 192.2 

85.7 

1,200.6 

147.5 

299.6 



$ c. 

596.30 

100,006.43 

214,983.06 

70,314.62 

10,510.33 

66,474.07 
7,378.69 

13,573.99 

7,046.55 

419.25 

429.17 
16,246.72 

1,939.04 
24,735.86 

1,519.79 



$ c. 

1,008.79 

102,521.78 

133.46 

48,155.96 

9,069.99 

54,859.55 
8,899.42 

16,434.91 

6,315.68 

725.78 

704.14 
12,948.77 

1,821.06 
18,391.67 

2,816.09 



558. 
1,361. 

606. 
8,502. 
1,044. 



544. 
1,604. 

847. 
8,733. 
1,303. 



2,121.75 



2,429.74 



$ c. 

1,003.49 

130,076.25 

45.14 

45,791.16 

10,740.04 

72,228.78 

12,576.53 

16,552.52 

6,936.10 

847.68 

840.95 
14,525.11 

2,084.82 
24,482.97 

3,128.24 

935.48 

2,174.19 

1,744.97 

11,029.87 

1,114.81 

2,458.74 



Totals — Municipalities . 



Totals — Rural power districts. . 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Local electric distribu- 
tion systems 

Totals — Local gas distribution 
system 

Totals— Pulp mill 



13,530,322.16 

1,835,117.96 
3,237,385.35 

109,391.18 



98,259.3 

9,982.6 
18,551.3 

473.8 



772,442.08 



523,669.81 



79,047 
159,122 



68,469. 
119,781. 



3,355.43 



9,180.09 



278,522.92 



1,426.8 



10,104.53 



3,057. 
21,273. 



630,295.84 

85,511.60 
150,972.62 

5,556.52 

202.05 
12,973.27 



Non-operating capital 
Grand totals 



18,990,739.57 
99,079.02 



19,089,818.59 



128,693.8 



1,024,071.40 



745,430.83 



885,511.90 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



165 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of Power supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 



costs and fixed charges 


Revenue 

received 

in excess 

of cost of 

power 

sold to 

private 

companies 

(Credit) 


Amount 
charged 
to each 
munici- 
pality in 
respect of 
power 
supplied 
to it in 
the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 
(or billed 
against) 
each munici- 
pality by 
the Com- 
mission 


Amounts 
remaining 


Provision 

for 
renewals 


Provision 
for con- 
tingencies 
and ob- 
solescence 


Provision 

for 
stabiliza- 
tion of 
rates 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


to be 
credited 

or 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

Credited 

(Charged) 


$ c. 

278.60 

30,498.03 

19 30 


$ c. 

72.57 

9,348.21 

4.82 

4,238.11 

909.94 


$ c. 

168.40 

28,242.60 


$ c. 

225.86 

29,336.55 

10.16 

10,333.68 

2,429.17 


$ c. 

4.56 

765.21 


$ c. 

3,349.45 

429,264.64 

215,195.94 

206,569.38 

39,513.19 


$ c. 

3,115.09 

430,699.88 

215,195.94 

203,537.49 

41,553.62 


$ c. 
(234.36) 
1,435.24 


8,416.46 
2,965.94 


19,857.40 
2,968.20 


538.01 
80.42 


(3,031.89) 
2,040.43 


14,162.57 

3,533.00 

3,677.51 

1,853.07 

298.75 


5,096.75 
864.29 

1,224.14 

611.55 

60.66 


18,772.80 

2,083.80 

3,833.40 

1,990.00 

118.40 


16,283.35 

2,839.90 

3,738.62 

1,566.25 

192.49 


508.63 
56.46 

103.86 

53.92 

3.21 


247,369.24 

38.119.17 

58,931.23 

26,265.28 

2,659.80 


244,047.48 

41,155.17 

62,291.91 

26,366.16 

2,979.54 


(3,321.76) 

3,036.00 

3,360.68 

100.88 

319.74 


294.69 
3,682.90 

403.76 
4,241.61 

962.69 


63.85 
1,272.91 

148.79 
1,749.49 

213.72 


121.20 
4,588.20 

547.60 
6,985.60 

429.20 


191.12 
3,280.18 

470.06 
5,517.75 

708.66 


3.28 
124.31 

14.84 
189.27 

11.63 


2,641.84 
56,420.48 

7,400.29 
85,915.68 

9,766.76 


2,829.46 
57,352.92 

7,393.27 
83,828.04 
10,810.14 


187.62 

932.44 

(7.02) 

(2,087.64) 

1,043.38 


259.93 
589.41 
656.96 
2,582.42 
310.80 


68.76 
157.21 
123.89 
761.05 
101.75 


157.60 
384.40 
171.40 
2,401.20 
295.00 


210.95 
491.07 
395.99 
2,488.66 
251.19 


4.27 
10.41 

4.64 
65.06 

7.99 


2,731.02 
6,751.61 
4,542.59 
36,434.33 
4,413.76 


3,153.31 
7,302.96 
4,814.86 
36,619.17 
4,129.52 


422.29 
551.35 
272.27 
184.84 
(284.24) 


715.67 


212.68 


599.20 


554.64 


16.23 


9,076.19 


9,286.05 


209.86 


144,663.47 
21,894.36 


47,314.92 

6,697.66 
12,173.53 


157,430.80 
19,965.20 


142,148.18 

19,246.47 
40,762.48 


(4,265.42) 

(540.93) 
15,533.66 


2,413,699.68 

300,290.80 
534,597.60 


2,423,716.34 

300,290.80 
534,597.60 


29,836.33 
(19,819.67) 


36,251 . 75 




1,551.34 


308.69 




1,149.80 


7,293.11 


28,394.98 


28,394.98 












(1,016.10) 
(17,004.32) 


2,242.99 
32,459.86 


2,242.99 
32,459.86 




1,964.00 


773.35 




2,375.78 




206,324.92 


67,268.15 


177,396.00 


205,682.71 




3,311,685.91 


3,321,702.57 


29,836.33 






(19,819.67) 



166 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year; also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Alexandria 


Jan. 1921 
April 1921 
Jan. 1939 
Jan. 1929 
Nov. 1931 

April 1929 
April 1919 
Oct. 1931 
Nov. 1929 
April 1915 

July 1930 
May 1919 
April 1914 
Nov. 1935 
Jan. 1932 

Jan. 1933 
Jan. 1931 
Feb. 1928 
June 1931 
Feb. 1921 

Dec. 1921 
Nov. 1937 
Aug. 1920 
Sept. 1921 
May 1921 

Mar. 1928 
Jan. 1930 
Jan. 1921 
May 1921 
Feb. 1921 

Dec. 1938 
June 1938 
Nov. 1929 
Jan. 1937 
Feb. 1921 


$ c. 

840.46 

68.13 


$ c. 


Apple Hill 




Arnprior 




Athens 


183.47 
323.66 

16,755.32 
270.10 

1,905.85 
306.11 

5,120.05 

463.88 

3,966.52 

606.58 

460.27 

2,557.57 

98.49 




Bath 




Belleville 




Bloomfield 




Bowmanville 




Brighton 




Brockville 




Cardinal 




Carleton Place 




Chesterville 




Cobden 




Cobourg 




Colborne 




Deseronto 


183.16 


Finch 


556.90 
38.70 
67.45 

861.81 




Hastings 




Havelock 




Kemptville 




Kingston 


2,229.72 




1,051.90 
113.56 
225.17 

5,979.84 




Lanark 












Madoc 


602.71 




644.17 
152.15 
555.43 




Martintown 








Millbrook 




Morrisburg 




148.82 




1,433.27 




Newcastle 


154.87 




113.50 









1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



167 



SYSTEM 



E.O.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ending 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

840.46 

68.13 


$ c. 

400.86 
32.74 
29.16 

304.70 

334.53 

1,960.91 

444.08 

471.83 

19.96 

1,248.85 


$ c. 


$ c. 

400.86 
32.74 
29.16 

304.70 

334.53 

1,960.91 

444.08 

471.83 

19.96 

1,248.85 


$ c. 
















183.47 
323.66 

16,755.32 
270.10 

1,905.85 
306.11 

5,120.05 

463.88 

3,966.52 

606.58 

460.27 

2,557.57 

98.49 






































254.55 






254.55 




1,919.64 
153.24 
637.75 


1,919.64 
153.24 
637.75 


















757.05 


757.05 




67.18 
623.74 
147.96 
203.78 
457.70 

1,203.33 


67.18 
623.74 
147.96 
203.78 
457.70 

1,203.33 




183.16 








556.90 
38.70 
67.45 

861.81 
























2,229.72 


9,040.45 


9,040.45 




1,051.90 
113.56 
225.17 

5,979.84 


290.93 
172.03 
280.83 

2,975.29 


290.93 
172.03 
280.83 

2,975.29 
























550.34 


550.34 




644.17 
152.15 
555.43 


197.71 

149.03 

51.11 


197.71 

149.03 

51.11 
















140.54 


140.54 


148.82 




194.70 
496.15 


194.70 
496.15 

269^59 " 






1,433.27 




154.87 


109.83 


109.83 




113.50 


269.59 











168 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year; also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Orono 


Nov. 1938 
Feb. 1929 
Jan. 1914 
Feb. 1919 
Mar. 1913 

April 1919 
Nov. 1929 
Dec. 1913 
Aug. 1928 
Feb. 1926 

Sept. 1918 
Jan. 1930 
Sept. 1931 
Dec. 1930 
Oct. 1923 

April 1919 
tfov. 1931 
Jan. 1926 
April 1915 
Jan. 1914 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Oshawa 


16,034.17 
7,674.22 
3.083.46 
7,459.42 

2,884.24 

3,706.91 

1,372.96 

417.69 

406.42 

2,939.03 

219.89 

1,950.38 

1,177.80 

111.63 

463.17 

806.58 

1,674.89 

70.51 

354.13 


• 


Ottawa 




Perth 




Peterborough 




Picton 




Port Hope 




Prescott 




Richmond 




Russell 




Smiths Falls 




Stirling 




Trenton 




Tweed 




Warkworth 




Wellington 




Westport 




Whitby 




Williamsburg 




Winchester 








Totals — Municipalities 


98,527.81 
201,832.67 


3,319.28 


Totals — Rural power districts 


105,439.15 








Grand totals 


300,360.48 


108,758.43 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



169 



SYSTEM 



E.O.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ending 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
234.36 


$ c. 


$ c. 
234.36 




16,034.17 
7,674.22 
3,083.46 
7,459.42 

2,884.24 

3,706.91 

1,372.96 

417.69 

406.42 

2,939.03 

219.89 

1,950.38 

1,177.80 

111.63 

463.17 

806.58 

1,674.89 

70.51 

354.13 


1,435.24 


1,435.24 






3,031.89 


3,031.89 




2,040.43 


2,040.43 






3,321.76 


3,321.76 




3,036.00 

3,360.68 

100.88 

319.74 

187.62 

932.44 


3,036.00 

3,360.68 

100.88 

319.74 

187.62 

932.44 




































7.02 
2,087.64 


7.02 








2,087.64 




1,043.38 
422.29 

551.35 
272.27 
184.84 


1,043.38 
422.29 

551.35 

272.27 
184.84 






























284.24 


284.24 




209.86 


209.86 










3,319.28 
8,147.22 


98,527.81 
4,290.62 


29,836.33 
31,093.06 


19,819.67 
37,758.37 


29,836.33 
234,025.70 


19,819.67 
140,440.89 


11,466.50 


102,818.43 


60,929.39 


57,578.04 


263,862.03 


160,260.56 



170 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



E.O.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1939 - 



Municipality 



Alexandria 

Apple Hill. . . . 

Arnprior 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville 

Bloomfield 

Bowman ville. . 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 
Chesterville. . . 

Cobden. 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto 

Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Kemptville. . . 

Kingston 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster. . . . 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora 

Martintown. . 
Maxville 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1939 



15 years 
15 " 
1 " 
11 " 



11 
11 
8 
10 
19 

10 
15 
20 

4 
8 

7 
9 

12 
9 

11 

15 
2 
11 
15 
15 

11 
10 
11 
15 
15 



Amount 



$ c. 
28,672.32 
3,064.15 
1,691.56 
5,593.78 
1,842.44 

153,210.16 

5,574.01 

51,505.31 

10,049.11 

158,514.71 

4,741.76 

72,809.01 

25,609.93 

926.93 

38,418.95 

3,249.59 
6,195.20 
3,899.58 
3,210.32 
11,113.89 

18,996.04 

41,282.87 

11,662.35 

5,725.54 

5,745.83 

84,009.74 
6,877.54 
5,014.09 
1,927.43 
8,902.96 



Municipality 



Millbrook . . . 
Morrisburg. . 
Napanee .... 
Newcastle . . . 
Norwood .... 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Port Hope. . . 

Prescott 

Richmond. . . 
Russell 

Smiths Falls . 

Stirling 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Warkworth . . 

Wellington. . 
Westport. . . . 

Whitby 

Williamsburg 
Winchester. . 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1939 



1 
2 

10 
3 

11 

1 
11 
24 
15 
11 

11 
10 
20 
12 
14 

16 

10 

8 

9 

11 

11 
8 
11 
19 
20 



Amount 



$ c. 

213.63 

643.61 

37,282.05 

1,115.51 

5,422.70 

267.90 

468,390.55 

170,721.21 

64,019.10 

275,836.29 

47,602.73 

49,306.11 

44,832.92 

2,544.87 

5,125.83 

93,297.91 
7,843.64 

66,823.12 
8,287.57 
3,501.65 

9,129.93 
4,102.64 

45,721.04 
5,849.63 

18,297.90 



Totals— Municipalities $2,216,217.14 

Totals— Rural power districts . 455,994 . 86 



Grand totals $2,672,212.00 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 171 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM E.O.— RURAL OPERATING 

Rural Power Districts 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1939 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $766,209. 79 

Cost of power as provided to be paid under Power Commission Act. . . . $300,290.80 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 218,760.35 

Interest 154,120.34 

Provision for renewals 65,015 . 06 

Provision for sinking fund 34,688 . 55 

772,875.10 

Balance $ 6,665.31 



172 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual Cost 



Municipality 


Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Share of 

capital cost 

of system 


Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 




To 

Dec. 31, 

1938 


From 

Jan. 1, 

1939 




Fort William 


$ c. 
21.00 
21.00 
30.00 


$ c. 
21.00 
21.00 
28.00 


$ c. 

3,035,922.88 

8,941,798.50 

36,346.03 


12,113.0 

35,888.3 

155.0 


$ c. 

45,901.19 

132,682.40 

1,509.65 


$ c. 
141,266.46 


Port Arthur 


415,915.25 


Township of Nipigon. . 


1,675.61 


Totals — Municipalities 




12,014,067.41 

117,556.10 

7,557,831.27 

70,152.77 


48,156.3 

341.5 
28,511.4 


180,093.24 

2,565.17 

170,874.39 

7,145.90 


558,857.32 


Totals — Rural power d 


istricts 


4,355.55 


Totals — Companies. . . 




351,179.60 


Totals — Local distribut 


ion systems 


2,720.11 








Non-operating capital. 


19,759,607.55 
7,028.70 










Grand totals 


19,766,636.25 


77,009.2 


360,678.70 


917,112.58 











THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year; also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1939, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 




Credit 


Charge 


Fort William 


Oct. 1926 
Dec. 1910 
Jan. 1925 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,080.39 


Port Arthur • 




9,849.08 


Township of Nipigon .... 


832.15 








Total — Municipalities 

Total — Rural power districts 


832.15 
3,317.67 


15,929.47 
8,843.61 


Grand total 


4,149.82 


24,773.08 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



173 



SYSTEM 



T.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of Power supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1939 











Revenue 


Amounts 




Amounts 










received 


charged 


Amounts 


remaining 










in excess 


to each 


received 


to be 




Provision 


Provision 


Provision 


of cost of 


munici- 


from 


credited 


Provision 


for con- 


for 


for 


power 


pality in 


(or billed 


or 


for 


tingencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


sold to 


respect of 


against) 


charged 


renewals 


and ob- 


tion of 


fund 


private 


power 


each munici- 


to each 




solescence 


rates 




companies 


supplied 


pality by 


municipality 










(Credit) 


to it in 
the year 


the Com- 
mission 


Credited 
(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


26,705.03 


14,154.26 


6,056.50 


31,906.75 


10,910.31 


255,079.88 


254,872.89 


(206.99) 


78,330.22 


41,672.37 


17,944.15 


93,977.60 


32,324.98 


748,197.01 


753,653.43 


5,456.42 


308.91 


170.18 


77.50 


382.06 


139.61 


3,984.30 


4,400.11 


415.81 


105,344.16 


55,996.81 


24,078.15 


126,266.41 


(43,374.90) 


1,007,261.19 


1,012,926.43 


5,872.23 
(206.99) 


873.64 


439.31 


170.75 


984.51 


(307.59) 


9,081.34 


9,081.34 


53,140 81 


30,077.05 


21,909.64 


157,736.77 


12,462.52 


797,380.78 


797,380.78 










4,863.30 


31,219.97 


45,949.28 


45,949.28 




159,358.61 


86,513.17 


46,158.54 


289,850.99 




1,859,672.59 


1,865,337.83 


5,872.23 
















(206.99) 



SYSTEM 



T.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1938, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1939 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
6,080.39 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
206.99 


$ c. 


$ c. 
206.99 


9,849.08 




5,456.42 
415.81 


5,456.42 
415.81 






832.15 












15,929.47 
132.71 


832.15 
353.74 


5,872.23 
780.01 


206.99 
1,896.41 


5,872.23 
4,230.39 


206.99 
11,093.76 


16,062.18 


1,185.89 


6,652.24 


2,103.40 


10,102.62 


11,300.75 



174 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY DISTRICT 



T.B.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

the proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of 

other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1939 



Municipality 


Period of years ending 
October 31, 1939 


Amount 


Fort William 


13 years 
13 " 
13 " 


$ c. 
632,854.47 


Port Arthur 


2,073,132 63 


Township of Nipigon 


5,357.48 






Totals — Municipalities 


2,711,344.58 


Total — Rural power districts 




13,169.27 








Grand totals 


2,724,513.85 









MANITOULIN, NIPISSING AND SUDBURY RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1939 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $62,455 . 62 

Cost of power as provided to be paid under Power Commission Act $26,007.67 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 15,665 . 56 

Interest 7,430. 19 

Provision for renewals 3,250. 87 

Provision for sinking fund 1,750. 90 

54,105.19 

Balance $ 8,350.43 



MANITOULIN, NIPISSING AND 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge in respect of power supplied to October 31, 
respect of power supplied in the year ending October 31, 1939, and the 



Rural power district 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1938 


Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges; also adjustments 

made during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Manitoulin 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,982.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Nipissing 


17,333.34 






Sudbury 


















Total 


17,333.34 


1,982.03 













1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



175 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM T.B.— RURAL OPERATING 

Rural Power Districts 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1939 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $23,211 . 36 

Cost of power as provided to be paid under Power Commission Act $9,081 .34 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 6,615 . 00 

Interest 5,214.23 

Provision for renewals 2,238 . 58 

Provision for sinking fund 1,178 . 61 

24,327.76 

Balance $ 1,116.40 



MANITOULIN, NIPISSING AND SUDBURY RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Statement showing Sinking Fund paid as part of the Cost of Power delivered and 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1939 



Rural power districts 


Total 


Manitoulin 


$ c. 
3,447.23 


Nipissing 


3,071.40 


Sudbury r 


782.70 








Total 


7,301.33 



SUDBURY RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

1938, the interest added during the year; also the net amount Credited or Charged in 
accumulated amount standing as a Credit or Charge at October 31, 1939 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ending 

October 31, 1939 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1939 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
79.28 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,291.96 


$ c. 


$ c. 
4,353.27 


693.33 


2,357.58 
8,284.81 


20,384.25 
8,284.81 




















693.33 


79.28 


10,642.39 


2,291.96 


28,669.06 


4,353.27 



176 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 177 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
(Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario) 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 

For the Year ended October 31, 1939 

Relating to Power Properties which are held and operated by the 

Commission in trust for the Province of Ontario, and which 

are situated in the following Northern Districts: 

Nipissing Sudbury Abitibi Patricia-St. Joseph 



STATEMENTS 



Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1939 

Operating Account for the Year ended October 31, 1939 

Schedules supporting the Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1939 
Fixed Assets — By Districts 
Renewals Reserves 

Contingency and Obsolescence Reserves 
Sinking Fund Reserves 



178 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power 

Balance Sheet as at 

ASSETS 
Fixed Assets: 

Nipissing district $1,742,844.78 

Sudbury district 4,178,973.07 

Abitibi district 28,748,267. 18 

Patricia district* 2,447,826.86 

St. Joseph district* 1,510,314.56 

Kenogami River: — Long Lac diversion 1,260,608.64 

$39,888,835. 09 

Current Assets: 

Employees' working funds $5,825 . 55 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — Current ac- 
count 54,888.33 

Sundry accounts receivable 41,685 . 10 

Power accounts receivable 388,958.80 

Interest accrued 19,430.21 

Consumers' deposits — securities: 

Bonds at par value $558,000.00 

Stocks at book value 27,500.00 

585,500.00 

Prepayments 35,133.86 

1,131,421.85 



Inventories: 

Maintenance materials and supplies $74,814 . 86 

Maintenance tools and equipment 69,083 . 08 

143,897.94 

Deferred Assets: 

Work in Progress — deferred work orders 6,613 .35 

Unamortized Discount on Debentures 435,473 . 33 

Sinking Fund Investments 1,941,351 . 44 

$43,547,593.00 



♦During the year 1939 the Patricia district and the St. Joseph district were linked together 
by a tie transmission line and the physical properties are now operated as a co-ordinated 
generating and transmission system. In future these districts will be known as the 
Patricia-St. Joseph district. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 179 

PROPERTIES 

Commission of Ontario in trust for the Province of Ontario 
October 31, 1939 

LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 

Long Term Liabilities: 

Funded debt in the hands of the public $29,500,000.00 

Advances from the Province of Ontario for capital expenditures 6,223,284 . 82 

Purchase agreement — Abitibi district: Transmission line 17,989.50 

$35,741,274 . 32 



Current Liabilities: 

Power accounts — credit balances $2,210.37 

Consumers' deposits 650,144 . 12 

Debenture interest accrued 108,333 .32 

Miscellaneous interest accrued 181 . 37 

Miscellaneous accruals 14,893 . 40 

775,762.58 



Reserves: 



Renewals $2,128,303.65 

Contingencies and obsolescence 756,160 . 79 

Miscellaneous 20,960.23 

2,905,424.67 

Sinking Fund Reserves: 

Represented by: 

Provincial advances repaid through sinking funds $1,975,602 . 58 

Available balance 1,947,301 .87 

3,922,904.45 

Surplus 202,226.98 



$43,547,593.00 
Auditors' Certificate 

We have examined the Accounts of the Northern Ontario Properties for the year ended the 
31st October, 1939, and report that, in our opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn 
up so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the affairs of Northern Ontario Pro- 
perties at the 31st October, 1939, according to the best of our information and the explanations 
given to us and as shown by the books and records of the Properties. We have obtained all the 
information and explanations we have required. 

Oscar Hudson and Co., 
Dated at Toronto, Ontario, Chartered Accountants, 

29th February, 1940. Auditors. 



180 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 

EMBRACING THE NIPISSING, SUDBURY, ABITIBI, 

AND LONG LAG 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric 

In Trust for the 

Operating Account for the 

COST OF OPERATION 

Power purchased $ 3,723.46 

Operating, maintenance and administrative expenses 762,828.87 

Interest 1,376,483.62 

Provision for renewals 309,809 . 61 

Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 201,638 . 41 

Provision for sinking fund 1,147,414 . 01 

Total cost $3,801,897.98 

Net income for year 379,302 .95 

$4,181,200.93 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 181 

PROPERTIES 

PATRICIA-ST. JOSEPH DISTRICTS 
DIVERSION 

Power Commission of Ontario 

Province of Ontario 

Year Ended October 31, 1939 

REVENUE 

Power sold to private companies and customers $4,164,343 52 

Power sold to rural power districts 16,857 . 41 



$4,181,200 93 



Surplus Account — as at October 31, 1939 

Deficits to October 31, 1937 $453,656.61 

Add: Interest to October 31, 1938, on amounts 
advanced by Province of Ontario for oper- 
ating deficits 107,761 . 71 

$561,418.32 

Advances from Province of Ontario for operating def- 
icits $466,003 . 10 

Add : Interest thereon to October 31, 1939 109,920 . 85 

$575 923 95 

Less: Repayment March 31, 1939 300|(m00 

$275 923 95 

Net income for the year ended October 31, 1938 108[418.40 

Net income for the year ended October 31, 1939 379,302 95 

Balance at credit October 31, 1939 $202,226.98 

$763,645.30 $763,645.30 



182 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in Trust for the Province of Ontario 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1939 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 


Distiict 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Water 

rights and 

intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non- 
renewable 


Renewable 




NlPISSING: 

Power Plants: 
South river: 


$ c. 

3,587.24 

22.69 

298.40 


$ c. 

1,346.87 
522.69 
298.40 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1L089.60 

11,593.60 

119,307.09 


$ c. 

241,362.21 

227,839.43 

335,149.71 

76,122.70 

6,390.46 


$ c. 
253,798.68 






239,955 . 72 


Elliot Chute 




454,755.20 






76,122.70 












6,390.46 








69,478.34 




69,478.34 
















3,908.33 


2,167.96 


69,478.34 


141,990.29 


886,864.51 


1,100,501.10 




11,945.10 
8,599.08 
5,278.71 


2,606.06 






28,949.77 
209,331.30 
378,807.05 


31,555.83 








209,331.30 






22,649.50 




401,456.55 












19,173.80 


4,774.02 


92,127.84 


141,990.29 


1,503,952.63 


1,742,844.78 


Sudbury: 
Power Plants: 
Wanapitei river: 


7,163.25 

11,965.78 

2,065.15 


1,380.15 




13,200.00 

19,595.82 

33,000.00 

25.00 


673,488.99 
387,544.52 
641,832.99 
194,870.00 


688,069.14 






407,140.34 








674,832.99 








194,895.00 








830,514.53 


830,514.53 


Sturgeon river: 
Crystal Falls and Storage 


14,715.03 


460.16 


44,056.02 


785,603.95 


830,120.13 










11,977.65 


1,840.31 


830,514.53 


109,876.84 


2,683,340.45 


3,625,572.13 




1,150.57 
20,386.96 
46,800.08 


348.52 
17,306.71 






110,017.35 
425,728.36 


110,365.87 








443,035.07 
























13,284.90 


19,495.54 


830,514.53 


109,876.84 


3,219,086.16 


4,178,973.07 


Abitibi: 
Power Plants: 
Abitibi river: 


42,294.21 


6,305.11 




5,373,977.93 
110,435.95 


14,268,677.67 
495,567.23 


19,645,219.63 


Frederick House Dam 


485,408.80 


1,097,717.09 




105,177.28 


8,869.14 


485,408.80 


5,484,413.88 


14,764,244.90 


20,742,936.72 




577,740.86 

260,771.92 

16,608.51 


398,613.64 

18,429.71 

567.95 




215,856.69 
825,779.89 


1,195,576.22 

5,274,668.85 

75,837.51 


1,810,046.55 




6,118,878.45 




76,405.46 












749,944.01 


426,480.44 


485,408.80 


6,526,050.46 


21,310,327.48 


28,748,267.18 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



183 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 

in Trust for the Province of Ontario 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1939 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 


District 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 




Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non- 
renewable 


Renewable 




Patricia:* 
Power Plants: 
English river: 
Ear Falls 


$ c. 

525,167.61 
22,247.53 

517,969.23 
22,290.04 


$ c. 

505,473.92 

36.96 

59,954.37 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,120,039.37 

29,285.65 

700,611.10 

32,425.49 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,625,513.29 




29,322.61 








760,565.47 








32,425.49 














1,087,674.41 


565,465.25 




1,882,361.61 




2,447,826 . 86 










St. Joseph:* 
Power Plants: 
Albany river: 


2,213.18 






674,590.27 
80,000.00 




674,590.27 










80,000.00 
















2,213.18 
109,204.20 
684,285.31 






594,590.27 
114,083.93 
801,491.07 




594,590.27 




149.29 






114,233.22 








801,491.07 














795,702.69 


149.29 




1,510,165.27 




1,510,314.56 










Kenogami Riter: 


239,355.20 






1,260,608.64 




1,260,608.64 













SUMMARY 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 




Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 




District 


Water 
rights and 
intangible 

items 


Physical property 


Total 




Non- 
renewable 


Renewable 




Nipissing district 


$ c. 

19,173.80 

13,284.90 

749,944.01 

1,087,674.41 

795,702.69 

239,355.20 


$ c. 

4,774.02 

19,495.54 

426,480.44 

565,465.25 

149.29 


$ c. 

92,127.84 

830,514.53 

485,408.80 


$ c. 

141,990.29 

109,876.84 

6,526,050.46 

1,882,361.61 

1,510,165.27 

1,260,608.64 


$ c. 

1,503,952.63 

3,219,086.16 

21,310,327.48 


$ c. 

1,742,844.78 


Sudbury district 


4,178,973.07 


Abitibi district 


28,748,267.18 


Patricia district* 


2,447,826.86 


St. Joseph district* 






1,510,314.56 


Kenogami river — Long Lac 
diversion 






1,260,608.64 












2,878,565.21 


1,016,364.54 


1,408,051.17 


11,431,053.11 


26,033,366.27 


39,888,835.09 



♦During the year 1939 the Patricia district and the St. Joseph district were linked together 
by a tie transmission line and the physical properties are now operated as a co-ordinated 
generating and transmission system. In future these districts will be known as the 
Patricia-St. Joseph district. 



184 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Embracing the Nipissing, Sudbury, Abitibi and Patricia-St. Joseph Districts 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 

In Trust for the Province of Ontario 



Renewals Reserve — October 31, 1939 

Balance at November 1, 1938 $1,755,942.75 

Deduct — Reserve transferred in respect of Sudbury rural power 

district, November 1, 1938 509.58 

$1,755,433.17 

Provision in the year $309,809.61 

Interest at 4% on reserve balance 70,217 . 33 

Adjustments re transfer of equipment 2,141 . 89 

382,168.83 

Sub-total $2,137,602.00 

Expenditures in the year 9,298 . 35 

Balance at October 31, 1939 $2,128,303.65 



Contingencies and Obsolescence Reserve — October 31, 1939 

Balance at November 1, 1938 $610,079.25 

Deduct — Reserve transferred in respect of Sudbury rural power 

district, November 1, 1938 254.79 

$609,824.46 

Provision in the year $201,638.41 

Interest at 4% on reserve balance 24,392 . 98 

Adjustments re transfer of equipment 56. 00 

226,087.39 

Sub-total $835,911 .85 

Contingencies met with during year 79,751 .06 

Balance at October 31, 1939 $756,160 79 



Sinking Fund Reserve— October 31, 1939 

Balance at November 1, 1938 $2,665,151 .42 

Additional provision to October 31, 1938 105,135. 98 

$2,770,287.40 
Deduct — Reserve transferred in respect of Sudbury rural power 

district, November 1, 1938 454.30 

$2,769,833.10 

Provision in the year $1,042,278.03 

Interest at 4% on reserve balance 110,793 . 32 

1,153,071.35 

Balance at October 31, 1939 $3,922,904.45 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 185 



THE HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 

(A Subsidiary of The Hydro -Electric Power Commission of Ontario- 
Niagara System) 



FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 



For the Year ended October 31, 1939 



Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1939 
Operating and Income Accounts for the Year ended October 31, 1939 



186 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

THE HAMILTON STREET 

(A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power 

Balance Sheet as at 

ASSETS 
Fixed Assets: 

Properties, road and equipment, buses, franchises, etc $4,218,426.34 

Current Assets: 

Cash in bank $98,087.77 

Conductors' and employees' advances 12,000.00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — Current ac- 
count 10,962 .01 

Accounts receivable 2,637.91 

Prepayments 4,996 . 60 

$128,684.29 

Materials and Supplies 49,752 . 17 

Reserve Funds — Investments 149,372 .40 

$4,546,235.20 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 187 

RAILWAY COMPANY 

Commission of Ontario — Niagara System) 

October 31, 1939 

LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 
Capital Stock: 

Authorized— 80,000 shares at a par value of $50.00 each $4,000,000.00 

Issued —64,100 shares at a par value of $50.00 each $3,205,000.00 

Current Liabilities: 

Customers' deposit 90. 00 

Reserves: 

Depreciation — road and equipment $1,234,015.87 

Insurance 57,105.82 

Miscellaneous 36,741 .85 

1,327,863.54 

Surplus 13,281 .66 



$4,546,235.20 



Auditors' Certificate 

We have examined the Accounts of The Hamilton Street Railway Company for the year 
ended the 31st October, 1939, and report that, in our opinion, the above Balance Sheet is pro- 
perly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the Company's affairs at 
the 31st October, 1939, according to the best of our information and the explanations given to 
us and as shown by the books of the Company. We have obtained all the information and 
explanations we have required. 

Oscar Hudson and Co., 
Dated at Toronto, Ontario, Chartered Accountants, 

29th February, 1940. Auditors 



188 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



THE HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 

(A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — Niagara System) 
Operating Statement for the Year Ended October 31, 1939 



Tramways 

$ c. 
Revenues: 

Transportation 788,652.40 

Other operations 9,093.30 

797,745.70 

Expenses: 

Maintenance of way and structures 60,523 . 27 60.523 . 27 

Maintenance of equipment 64,877 . 04 40,432 . 09 105,309 . 13 

Power purchased 111,551.87 111,551.87 

Transportation expenses 247,925 . 96 119,065 . 03 366,990 . 99 

Traffic expenses 56 . 50 56 . 50 

General and miscellaneous expenses 72,318 . 46 11,592 . 58 83,911 . 04 

Depreciation provision 50,000. 00 8,118 . 70 58,118 . 70 

Taxes (Municipal and Franchise) 54,211.45 11,168.09 65,379.54 



Buses 


Total 


$ c. 


$ c. 


229,937.45 
674.57 


1,018,589.85 
9,767.87 


230,612.02 


1,028,357.72 



661,464.55 190,376.49 851,841.04 



Net Revenue for Year 136,281.15 40,235.53 176,516.68 



Surplus Account— as at October 31, 1939 

$ c. $ c. 

Balance at credit October 31. 1938 13,992.64 

Net revenue for year ended October 31, 1939 176,516.68 

Income from investments — reserve funds 1,515.92 

Appropriation for renewals reserve 1,010.62 

Appropriation for insurance reserve 505.30 

Dividend 177,227.66 

Balance at credit October 31, 1939 13,281 .66 



192,025.24 192,025.24 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 189 



SECTION X 

MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 

and 

Statistical Data Relating to Hydro-Electric Distribution Systems 

Operated by Individual Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 

The Municipal Accounts section of this report presents in summary, 
and individually, the results of the operation of the local electrical utilities 
in municipalities owning their own distributing systems and operating with 
energy supplied by or through The Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

Financial statements prepared from the books of these ' 'Hydro' ' utilities 
are submitted herein to show how each has operated during the past year, 
and its financial status at the present time. Other tables give useful statis- 
tical information respecting average costs for the various classes of service 
and the rates in force. 

The books of account of the electrical utilities in all municipalities which 
have contracted with The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for 
a supply of power are kept in accordance with an accounting system designed 
by the Commission. During the year 1939 this standard method of account- 
ing was installed in Arnprior, Millbrook, Morrisburg, Orono, and Sioux 
Lookout. 

Periodical inspections are made of the books of all ' 'Hydro" electrical 
utilities and local officials are assisted in the improvement of their office 
routine with a view to standardizing, as far as possible, the methods employed. 
In the majority of the smaller municipalities much of the book-keeping for the 
electrical utilities is performed by representatives of the municipal accounting 
department of the Commission as a measure of economy. This arrangement 
insures the correct application of the standard accounting system, with re- 
sultant uniformity in classification of revenues and expenditures; secures true 
reflections of the actual operating results for the year, and greatly enhances 
the comparative values of the reports. 

The first financial statement in this section presents consolidated balance 
sheets for each year since 1913, and thus shows the march of progress. It 
combines the balance sheets of the local municipal utilities of all the systems. 
It is worth noting that the total plant value has increased from $10,081,469.16 



190 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

in 1913 to $99,489,754.98 in 1939, and the total assets from $11,907,826.86 
to $173,522,878.40. The liabilities have not increased in the same proportion 
as the assets, rising from $10,468,351.79 to a maximum of $52,685,316.86 in 
1932, and receding to $34,241,489.78 in 1939. The reasons for this are the 
regular fulfilment of debt retirement schedules under serial debenture pro- 
visions or by maturity of sinking funds, and also the fact that much of the 
cost of the increasing plant value has been financed out of reserves and surplus 
without increasing the capital liabilities of the respective utilities. By this 
procedure the funds of the systems are used to best advantage. Examination 
of the results will also show that there is a steady decline in the percentage of 
net liabilities to total assets; being from 88.0 per cent in 1913 to 19.3 per cent 
in 1939. The equities in The Hydro-Electric Power Commission's systems 
automatically acquired through the inclusion of sinking funds as part of the 
cost of power are not taken into account in arriving at these percentages. 

The second financial statement presents consolidated operating reports 
for each year since ' 'Hydro" service was inaugurated and combines the results 
from the local municipal utilities of all the systems. After providing for every 
cost of operation and fixed charges, including the standard provision for depre- 
ciation, the combined operating reports show a net surplus of $866,909.54 for 
1939. (See also diagrams in Foreword to Report.) 

The five statements/ 'A" to "E", following the two consolidated reports 
show the financial status of each municipal utility and the results of opera- 
tions, giving classified information respecting revenue, operating costs, num- 
ber of consumers and consumption, cost of power to municipalities, power 
and lighting rates charged to consumers, etc. In statements "A" and "B", 
the municipalities are arranged alphabetically under each system; in state- 
ment "D" the municipalities are arranged in three groups— cities, towns and 
small municipalities; in statements "C" and "E" all municipalities are 
arranged alphabetically. 

Statement "A" presents the balance sheet of each electrical utility. 
The plant values are shown under the general subdivisions specified in the 
standard accounting system and the other items on the positive side of the 
ledger which are included in total assets are self-explanatory with the excep- 
tion, perhaps, of the item entitled "equity in H-E.P.C. systems." The sink- 
ing fund portion of the cost paid year by year to the Commission for power is 
for the purpose of ultimately retiring the capital liabilities incurred by the 
Commission on behalf of the municipalities. A municipality's aggregate 
equity in the Commission's systems at any time is the total of the sinking fund 
payments that have been credited to it, together with interest. The total 
sinking fund equity acquired by these municipalities to the end of 1939 is 
shown in the consolidated balance sheet to be $48,615,296.94. 

In conformity with a policy of service at cost to the customer, refunds by 
cash or credit were made during the year in many municipalities from surplus 
funds accrued to the credit of municipal services, such as street lighting, water 
works, sewage disposal, etc., and to individual customers. The amounts of 
the accumulated surplus rebated equalled, in different municipalities, from 
five per cent to twenty per cent of the previous year's revenue. The total 
thus returned to customers during the year 1939 amounted in round figures 
to $500,000.00. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 191 

In each case the balance sheet includes the credit or charge representing 
the difference between the monthly payments for power at interim rates and 
the cost of power as ascertained by the Commission upon annual adjustment. 

The reserves for depreciation, and the acquired equity in The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission's systems, are listed individually and totalled; 
and under the heading "surplus" are included not only the free operating 
surplus but the accumulation of sinking fund applicable to debenture debt 
and also the amount of debentures already retired out of revenue. 

The depreciation reserve now amounts to 27.7 per cent of the total depre- 
ciable plant, while the depreciation reserve and surplus combined have already 
reached the sum of $87,575,620.34, approximately 88.0 per cent of the total 
plant cost. 

Statement "B" shows detailed operating reports for each municipal 
electrical utility. It gives annual revenues from the various classes of con- 
sumers; the items of expenditure which make up the total annual expenditure 
and the sums set aside for depreciation. The population served by each local 
utility and the number of consumers of each class are also shown. 

The item "power purchased" in this statement includes the debit or credit 
balances ascertained by the annual adjustment of the cost of power supplied 
to the municipalities by the Commission. 

Of the 293 municipal electric utilities included in this statement, 229 
received from consumers revenue sufficient to meet in full all operating ex- 
penses, interest, debt retirement instalments, and standard depreciation re- 
serve allocation and to yield an aggregate net surplus of $1,053,245.51 for the 
year; 52 were able to defray out of revenue all such charges except a portion 
of the standard depreciation allocation aggregating $156,854.68, in the case of 
12 utilities the revenue was less than the total operating expenses, interest and 
debt retirement instalments by $9,248.43. 

Statement "C" shows the installation of street lights in each munici- 
pality together with the rates approved by this Commission, the revenue for 
1939, and the cost per capita in each municipality. 

Statement "D" presents statistics relating to the supply of electrical 
energy to consumers in Ontario municipalities served by the Commission. It 
shows the reveune, kilowatt-hour consumption, number of consumers, average 
monthly consumption, average monthly bill and the net average cost per 
kilowatt-hour both for domestic and for commercial light service in each muni- 
cipality. For power service this statement shows the revenue, the number of 
consumers and the average horsepower supplied by the municipal utility.* 
For further reference to this informative statement, consult the special intro- 
duction to it on page 328. 

Statement "E" presents the cost per horsepower of the power provided 
for and delivered to the municipalities by the Commission, and the local rates 
to consumers in force in the respective municipalities, during the year 1939, 
for domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service. 

*The statistics include retail power only. Wholesale industrial power as supplied by the 
Commission direct, is reported in Section IX. 



192 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


45 


69 


99 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

626,707.34 

1,090,875.69 

2,690,834.74 

644,514.24 

615,546.20 

840,606.64 

900,614.80 

62,765.34 

866,551.89 

1,401,175.28 

341,277.00 


$ c. 

791,732.20 

1,476,087.84 

3,422,763.93 

807,153.53 

787,613.52 

1,172,475.11 

1,071,255.37 

270,386.55 

2,062,035.90 

420,108.33 

619,513.12 


$ c. 
873,838.18 


Substation equipment 


1,582,062.56 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 


4,234,626.05 
928,420.77 
981,754.70 


Meters 


1,418,165.08 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,309,628.49 
197,644.82 

1,701,182.66 
461,651.60 


Old plant 


1,184,372.86 






Total plant 


10,081,469.16 
450,887.97 


12,901,125.40 
422,350.12 


14,873,347.77 


Bank and cash balance 


284,653.96 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


344,487.95 
540,274.58 
431,747.27 


561,873.08 
615,226.76 
625,217.03 


602,920.69 


Inventories 


726,556.76 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


868,983.78 


Other assets 


58,959.93 


123,410.97 


326,801.11 






Total assets 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


8,711,308.37 

1,553,711.45 

160,919.16 

42,412.81 


10,678,078.36 

1,682,150.29 

228,622.50 

113,838.66 


11,831,811.03 


Accounts payable 


2,040,038.01 


Bank overdraft 


292,106.44 


Other liabilities 


37,388.31 






Total liabilities 


10,468,351.79 


12,702,689.81 


14,201,343.79 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems . . 








For depreciation 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


202,751.26 
431,747.27 
326,830.66 


320,129.10 
625,217.03 
750,549.35 


394,466.22 


Local sinking fund 


868,983.78 


Operating surplus 


880,730.55 






Total surplus 


961,329.19 


1,695,895.48 


2,144,180.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . . 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . . 


88.0 


88.3 


80.3 



Note — In computing the "percentage of net debt to total assets" the ornamental street 
lighting capital, sinking fund on local debentures, and equity in H-E.P.C. systems, are excluded 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



193 



BALANCE SHEET 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1921 


128 


143 


166 


191 


195 


215 


$ c. 

1,335,936.33 

1,934,626.12 

4,832,353.27 

1,095,709.62 

1,179,132.07 

1,711,299.49 

1,251,057.13 

306,388.95 

2,059,263.42 

864,500.01 

759,748.66 


$ c. 

1,546,241.41 

2,471,293.82 

6,090,073.42 

1,157,059.90 

1,483,839.44 

1,999,095.48 

1,237,734.69 

361,975.74 

2,184,015.84 

896,753.20 

649,852.51 


$ c. 
1,859,888.69 
2,820,488.70 
6,627,237.39 
1,216,288.59 
1,772,691.35 
2,238,143.70 
1,200,625.65 

531,502.61 
2,395,096.50 

214,575.75 
1,476,413.00 


$ c. 

1,995,545.83 

2,915,125.56 

7,445,820.31 

1,206,296.88 

2,073,113.45 

2,587,566.32 

1,206,638.71 

546,497.68 

2,530,101.08 

986,200.57 

805,959.89 


$ c. 

2,175,568.24 

3,231,050.80 

8,579,881.49 

1,313,369.29 

2,560,581.59 

3,053,135.20 

1,269,006.98 

557,678.13 

2,697,636.12 

757,194.47 

864,298.39 


$ c. 

3,230,985.63 

5,403,689.90 

8,397,361.48 

1,401,135.97 

3,077,649.83 

3,552,076.79 

1,335,997.13 

610,586.70 

3,030,134.16 

704,848.46 

912,388.55 


17,330,015.07 
1,061,029.90 


20,077,935.45 
340,026.50 


22,352,951.93 
391,194.91 


24,298,866.28 

462,437.23 

627,076.53 

1,921,166.69 

1,032,569.75 

1,925,455.77 

369,071.89 

86,216.05 


27,059,400.70 

943,858.12 

341,855.88 

2,022,538.88 

1,400,671.89 

2,244,004.34 

577,584.06 

25,447.07 


31,656,854.60 

900,842.34 
477,678.69 


695,152.23 

764,504.59 

1,166,017.73 


1,285,097.33 
1,261,398.36 
1,337,578.96 


1,124,018.44 

972,996.96 

1,663,298.05 


2,155,788.62 

1,504,596.28 

2,541,718.35 

795,570.51 


342,215.87 


125,240.05 


444,787.63 


78,929.84 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


40,111,979.23 


15,058,641.57 
969,187.75 
178,413.26 
491,874.90 


15,593,773.61 

1,537,669.11 

886,177.94 

429,104.20 


17,209,217.70 

1,007,727.79 

576,816.49 

350,013.21 


18,133,462.44 

1,420,926.66 

403,235.57 

670,271.90 


19,268,072.04 

1,840,137.54 

514,671.99 

642,293.65 


21,619,220.99 

1,887,567.93 

989,099.98 

938,368.84 


16,698,117.48 


18,446,724.86 


19,143,775.19 


20,627,896.57 


22,265,175.22 


25,434,257.74 








373,871.89 
3,750,162.28 


577,584.06 
4,788,645.03 


800,249.05 


1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


5,491,858.93 














1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550,17 


4,124,034.17 


5,366,229.09 


6,292,107.98 


549,778.59 
1,165,785.94 
1,101,448.70 


694,797.90 
1,340,615.38 
1,481,414.68 


920,076.56 
1,662,602.69 
2,089,243.31 


1,328,657.68 
1,754,020.37 
2,888,251.40 


1,440,156.52 
2,246,474.47 
3,297,325.64 


1,860,079.53 
2,541,718.35 
3,983,815.63 


2,817,013.23 


3,516,827.96 


4,671,922.56 


5,970,929.45 


6,983,956.63 


8,385,613.51 


21358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


40,111,979.23 


78.4 


75.5 


71.0 


67.9 


65.4 


64.7 



from assets; and the total liabilities are reduced by the amount of the local sinking fund reserve, 
and the liability in respect to the ornamental street lighting capital, which amount is included 
in other liabilities. 

7— H.E. 



194 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1922 


1923 


1924 






Number of municipalities included 


226 


235 


248 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
3,334,522.68 
5,046,857.98 
11,165,330.24 
1,598,053.02 
3,618,684.73 
4,033,689.52 
1,419,016.05 

666,084.50 
3,261,495.74 

565,158.54 
7,997,947.87 


$ c. 
4,488,054.93 
6,015,919.75 
13,135,581.76 
1,959,120.41 
4,211,655.89 
4,548,933.73 
1,061,473.85 

708,431.22 
3,681,274.88 

566,619.86 
8,051,496.28 


$ c. 
4,561,648.92 


Substation equipment 


6,800,238.00 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 


14,182,190.33 
2,873,446.13 
4,456,669.02 


Meters . . 


5,149,629.71 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,134,491.77 

728,298.08 

4,168,262.21 

4,196,803.45 


Old plant 


5,587,420.31 






Total plant 


42,706,840.87 

1,164,336.24 
443,938.18 
3,874,317.14 
1,738,795.96 
3,416,231,45 
1,543,434.12 
238,940.13 


48,428,562.56 

1,276,140.06 
1,153,424.47 
3,198,769.34 
1,819,711.62 
3,896,261.28 
2,929,603.94 
190,071.63 


53,839,097.93 


Bank and cash balance 


1,748,912.34 


Securities and investments 


1,329,622.58 


Accounts receivable ... 


3.898,751.89 


Inventories 


1,745,628.16 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


4,520,723.06 
5,420,567.58 


Other assets 


250,292.77 






Total assets 


55,126.834,09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


30,454,186.12 

3,699,292.52 

456,706.69 

586,203.02 


33,056,501.29 

3,708,781.76 

680,714.59 

1,517,828.47 


38,005,162.50 


Accounts payable 


3,117,224.08 


Bank overdraft 


162,100.71 


Other liabilities . 


1,780,564.27 






Total liabilities 


35,196,388.35 


38,963,826.11 


43,065,051.56 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


1,543,434.12 
6,512,813.92 


2,929,603.94 
7,328,858.69 


5,420,567.58 
8,097,834.68 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


8,056,248.04 


10,258,462.63 


13,518,402.26 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


3,104,591.15 
3,416,231.45 
5,353,375.10 


2,852,038.38 
3,896,261.28 
6,921,956.50 


3,530,610.35 


Local sinking fund 


4,520,723.06 


Operating surplus 


8,118,809.08 






Total surplus 


11,874,197.70 


13,670,256.16 


16,170,142.49 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . . 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . . 


63.3 


62.6 


61.4 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



195 



BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



1925 



1926 



1927 



1928 



1929 



247 



251 



252 



256 



260 



$ c. 
5,768,855.99 
8,543,166.55 
16,837,535.57 
3,388,837.09 
5,079,754.23 
5,533,483.92 
1,256,916.53 

893,186.48 
4,485,110.96 

568,912.49 
4,549,142.46 



$ c. 
6,111,162.54 
9,505,501.77 
18,654,240.54 
3,689,569.95 
5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30 
1,103,660.23 
3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 
4,655,422.59 



$ c. 

6,486,426.89 

15,088,905.14 

16,689,462.41 

3,278,382.58 

5,985,521.37 

6,346,660.59 

1,399,314.06 

1,184,035.82 

3,360,671.09 

607,320.00 

5,095,555.90 



7,024,646.76 

16,866,186.21 

17,688,050.68 

3,559,288.16 

6,549,674.64 

6,839,802.90 

1,486,646.24 

1,203,706.65 

3,394,626.92 

619,880.93 

5,032,089.26 



$ c. 

7,469,451.46 

18,102,792.13 

18,108,016.82 

4,823,369.60 

7,312,742.17 

7,405,478.91 

1,594,183.25 

1,458,349.64 

3,483,487.78 

489,097.57 

5,093,378.75 



56,904,902.27 



1,700,145.30 
1,095,662.92 
3,417,558.86 
1,711,504.13 
5,202,451.70 
7,551,588.70 
137,280.05 



60,616,620.95 



2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 
3,508,817.87 
1,397,667.83 
5,599,675.01 
8,046,868.53 
33,151.81 



65,522,255.85 



3,014,832.48 
1,696,237.66 
3,715,770.72 
1,412,729.41 
6,398,909.77 
10,143,205.66 
31,942.45 



70,264,599.35 



1,342,367.07 
1,837,140.51 
4,097,446.13 
1,220,186.10 
7,071,273.69 
12,326,097.56 
153,275.04 



75,340,348.08 



858,733.68 
2,001,088.81 
4,683,201.97 
1,365,033.58 
7,753,613.88 
14,754,865.40 

152,260.86 



77,721,093.93 



82,739,409.22 



91,935,884.00 



98,312,385.45 



106,909,146.26 



37,919,225.01 

3,139,067.92 

226,147.82 

1,075,914.83 



39,602,533.48 

3,118,684.78 

163,725.53 

1,087,795.08 



42,891,361.57 

2,988,621.90 

252,362.52 

1,154,810.24 



42,597,175.78 

3,074,634.25 

253,143.81 

1,258,610.23 



42,930,127.74 

3,132,145.03 

412,056.69 

1,621,378.17 



42,360,355.58 



43,972,738.87 



47,287,156.23 



47,183,564.07 



48,095,707.63 



7,551,588.70 
8,699,437.68 
1,157,147.20 



8,046,868.53 

9,360,322.27 

947,970.23 



10,143,205.66 

10,319,889.05 

1,002,916.69 



12,326,097.56 

11,140,795.68 

1,117,257.63 



14,754,865.40 

11,911,154.49 

1,437,371.26 



17,408,173.58 



18,355,161.03 



21,466,011.40 



24,584,150.87 



28,103,391.15 



4,440,138.34 
5,202,451.70 
8,309,974.73 



5,493,879.83 
5,599,675.01 
9,317,954.48 



6,648,767.38 

6,398,909.77 

10,135,039.22 



7,928,907.61 

7,071,273.69 

11,544,489.21 



9,194,253.59 

7,962,121.20 

13,553,672.69 



17,952,564.77 



20,411,509.32 



23,182,716.37 



26,544,670.51 



30,710,047.48 



77,721,093.93 



57.2 



82,739,409.22 



55.5 



91,935,884.00 



54.2 



98,312,385.45 



50.8 



106,909,146.26 



47.8 



196 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1930 


1931 


1932 






\ 
Number of municipalities included 


267 


275 


280 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

7,936,974.31 

19,485,056.28 

19,220,326.48 

4,932,189.05 

7,953,090.23 

7,840,948.07 

1,780,785.67 

1,520,891.01 

3,996,747.77 

139,587.28 

5,322,690.14 


$ c. 

8,407,664.48 

21,013,956.74 

19,918,355.76 

5,361,627.24 

8,649,875.07 

8,106,202.88 

2,205,613.18 

1,456,742.91 

3,827,132.05 

458.374.05 

7,146,437.96 


$ c. 
9,503,743.78 


Substation equipment 


22,288,781.68 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 


20,866,767.32 
5,820,056.75 
9,392,662.62 




8,403,251.67 


Street lighting equipment— regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 

Miscellaneous construction expenses 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,257,618.20 

1,545,354.93 

4,120,926.11 

498,231.69 


Old plant 


4,989,654.97 


Other plants not distributed . . 


200,000.00 










Total plant 


80,129,286.29 

2,722,250.12 
1,909,439.11 
4,481,006.92 
1,242,994.51 
8,396,255.47 
17,346,372.44 
173,030.05 


86,551,982.32 

2,738,319.67 
1,999,846.42 
3,957,972.78 
1,276,531.01 
8,735,050.84 
20,103,275.76 
174,879.28 


89,887,049.72 


Bank and cash balance . . 


3,185,442.00 


Securities and investments 


2,059,325.10 


Accounts receivable 


3,683,059.42 


Inventories 


1,232,209.52 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


9,099,210.61 
23,066,129.81 


Other assets 


163,637.79 






Total assets 


116,400,634.91 


125,537,858.08 


132,376,063.97 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


45,091,808.06 

3,001,186.21 

405,663.14 

1,642,771.59 


44,594,400.03 

5,382,306.13 

312,575.54 

1,909,986.13 


45,133,305.97 


Accounts payable 


3,512,724.58 




298,910.20 


Other liabilities 


3,740,376.11 






Total liabilities 


50,141,429.00 


52,199,267.83 


52,685,316.86 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


17,346,372.44 

12,885,387.51 

1,574,655.74 


20,103,275.76 

13,748,049.68 

1,693,129.83 


23,066,129.81 
14,902,177.02 


Other reserves 


1,902,308.64 






Total reserves 


31,806,415.69 


35,544,455.27 


39,870,615.47 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


10,728,279.15 

8,396,255.47 

15,328,255.60 


13,150,040.37 

8,735,050.84 

15,909,043.77 


15,244,778.28 


Local sinking fund 


9,099,210.61 


Operating surplus 


15,476,142.75 






Total surplus 


34,452,790.22 


37,794,134.98 


39,820,131.64 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . . 


116,400,634.91 


125,537,858.08 


132,376,063.97 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . . 


46.0 


44.1 


43.4 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



197 



BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



1933 


1934 


1935 


1936 


1937 


282 


282 


284 


283 


287 


$ c 

10,186,471.28 

22,306,800.94 

21,152,681.20 

5,945,225.61 

9,478,605.14 

8.514,165.03 

2,381,599.40 

1,458,443.68 

4,040,859.74 

502,978.62 

5,016,755.92 

200,000.00 


$ c. 

10,262,692.98 

22,327,618.75 

21,353,725.80 

6,031,767.74 

9,635,279.35 

8,624,504.78 

2,395,296.48 

1,464,306.73 

3,907,359.92 

494,932.96 

4,978,079.44 

200,000.00 


$ c. 

10,381,191.41 

22,072,115.14 

21,650,567.75 

6,068,724.47 

9,678,578.13 

8,767,892.27 

2,420,238.81 

1,486,302.46 

3,616,986.74 

496,050.14 

4,917,917.43 

200,000.00 


$ c. 

10,528,595.34 

22,162,208.03 

22,163,701.17 

6,070,337.02 

9,845,939.94 

9,043,615.65 

2,527,188.03 

1,504,596.77 

4,019,430.59 

496,186.33 

4,876,405.43 

200,000.00 


$ c. 

10,785,473.59 

22,900,269.21 

22,699,652.43 

6,100,282.76 

10,128.591.29 

9,234,773.90 

2,610,137.97 

1,508,564.76 

4,389,592.08 

496,186.33 

4,878,609.01 






91,184,586.56 

1,696,489.24 
2,163,785.20 
3,746,910.92 
1,226,043.30 
9,386,176.58 
26,045,679.00 
253,581.84 


91,675,564.93 

2,215,914.31 
2,382,446.41 
4,001,596.09 
1,110,705.38 
9,161,419.77 
29,274,340.46 
289,158.19 


91,756,564.75 

2,927,485.90 
2,593,633.59 
4,363,297.95 
1,212,063.37 
9,086,152.46 
32,609,979.83 
301,317.86 


93,438,204.30 

3,921,121.28 
2,924,913.30 
4,560,713.55 
1,261,843.81 
9,535,712.83 
36,193,874.21 
203,167.35 


95,732,133.33 

3,080,864.13 

4,469,369.04 

4,240,741.41 

1,336,527.60 

10,003,873.93 

40,032,438.34 

186,252.23 


135,703,252.64 


140,111,145.54 


144,850,495.71 


152,039,550.63 


159,082,200.01 


42,606,145.29 

3,320,485.45 

206,398.00 

3,787,725.14 


39,646,989.68 

3,149,035.07 

143.556.95 

3,669,008.56 


36,667,080.62 

2,931,934.14 

72,084.93 

3,462,906.61 


34,485,507.43 

2,879,497.45 

25,559.95 

3,267,141.59 


32,447,411.68 

2,912,960.24 

34,787.51 

3,216,028.08 


49,920,753.88 


46,608,590.26 


43,134,006.30 


40,657,706.42 


38,611,187.51 


26,045,679.00 

16,075,959.28 

2,048,081.84 


29,274,340.46 

17,426,809.32 

2,056,820.81 


32,609,979.83 

18,410,891.84 

2,459,074.98 


36,193,874.21 

19,666,170.18 

2,763,100.40 


40,032,438.34 

21,034,164.68 

2,802,650.84 


44,169,720.12 


48,757,970.59 


53,479,946.65 


58,623,144.79 


63,869,253.86 


17,651,367.71 

9,386,176.58 

14,575,234.35 


20,608,129.73 

9,161,419.77 

14,975,035.19 


23,481,974.13 

9,086,152.46 

15,668,416.17 


26,084,294.84 

9,535,712.83 

17,138,691.75 


28,468,539.78 
10,003,873.93 
18,129,344.93 


41,612,778.64 


44,744,584.69 


48,236,542.76 


52,758,699.42 


56,601,758.64 


135,703,252.64 


140,111,145.54 


144,850,495.71 


152,039,550.63 


159,082,200.01 


40.4 


35.9 


32.0 


28.3 


25.2 



198 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET— Concluded 



Year 

Number of municipalities included — 

Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipments-ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses . . . 

Steam or hvdraulic plant 

Old plant 

Total plant 

Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments " 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 

Other liabilities 

Total liabilities 

Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 

Total reserves 

Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 

Operating surplus 

Total surplus 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . 

Percentage of net debt to total assets . 



1938 



1939 



288 



293 



$ c. 


$ c. 


10,894,019.12 


11,030,623.50 


23,614,597.80 


23,780,655.18 


23,371,092.61 


23,925,362.60 


6,134,283.64 


6,202,371.87 


10,494,789.40 


10,855,346.75 


9,539,413.66 


9,838,600.98 


2,697,047.84 


2,798,171.62 


1,516,059.81 


1,518,035.24 


4,444,880.40 


4,147,280.84 


497,974.74 


498,650.81 


4,897,097.67 


4,894,655.59 


98,101,256.69 


99,489,754.98 


3,043,609.87 


3,107,087.65 


4,832,322.57 


4,850,531.80 


4,106,655.16 


4,774,816.58 


1,393,158.18 


1,496,275.62 


10,397,958.20 


11,032,594.44 


44,254,118.64 


48,615,296.94 


178,534.60 


156,520.39 


166,307,613.91 


173,522,878.40 


29,987,512.34 


27,962,685.51 


3,334,802.82 


3,100,565.26 


108,753.61 


180,064.81 


3,120,619.84 


2,998,174.20 


36,551,688.61 


34,241,489.78 


44,254,118.64 


48,615,296.94 


22,583,476.69 


24,046,526.92 


2,814,785.08 


3,090,471.34 


69,652,380.41 


75,752,295.20 


30,890,189.93 


32,866,660.82 


10,397,958.20 


11,032,594.44 


18,815,396.76 


19,629,838.16 


60,103,544.89 


63,529,093.42 


166,307,613.91 


173,522,878.40 



22.4 



19.3 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



199 



CONSOLIDATED OPERATING REPORT 



Year 


1912 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included. . 


28 


45 


69 


99 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 


$ c. 
572,154.38 
525,438.16 
905,378.17 


$ c. 

789,130.81 

673,803.92 

1,214,829.31 


$ c. 
944,271.08 


Commercial light service 




720,209.26 


Commercial power service 




1,501,797.78 


Municipal power 










560,925.56 


698,409.71 


835,970.87 


Rural service 






Miscellaneous 




53,543.24 


57,482.41 


68,046.29 








Total earnings 


1,617,674.00 


2,617,439.51 


3,433,656.16 


4,070,295.28 






Expenses 
Power purchased 




789,632.87 
78,394.81 
18,698.46 

104,114.51 

8,547.61 

5,222.19 

53,108.38 

84.903.76 
72,303.51 
77,351.76 

154,932.69 
65,423.64 

528,549.21 

* 


1,045,752.65 
97,658.90 
31,790.99 

130,998.65 

11,764.32 

9,536.07 

65,192.23 

113,047.80 
86,683.02 

103,560.71 

230,899.75 
89,350.91 

662,092.34 

* 


1,484,666.00 


Substation operation 




107,607.31 


Substation maintenance 




25,935.56 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 




154,409.71 


Line transformer maintenance 




11,508.92 


Meter maintenance 




12,899.14 


Consumers' premises expenses . 




47,494.26 


Street lignting, operation and main- 
tenance 




136,983.38 


Promotion of business 




74,402.55 


Billing and collecting .... 




131,541.27 


General office, salaries and expenses. 




236,777.86 


Undistributed expense 




129,209.15 


Interest 




817,978.89 


Sinking fund and principal pay- 
ments on debentures 




* 








Total expenses 


1,377,168.00 


2,041,183.40 


2,678,328.34 


3,371,414.00 






Surplus 


240,506.00 
124,992.47 


576,256.11 
262,675.24 


755,327.82 
357,883.31 


698,881 28 


Depreciation and other reserves .... 


414,506.99 


Surplus less depreciation 


115,513.53 


313,580.87 


397,444.51 


284,374.29 







*Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



200 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1916 


1917 


1918 






Number of municipalities included 


128 


143 


166 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,172,878.96 

812,130.78 

1,921,152.31 


$ c. 

1,417,460.31 

899,023.72 

2,665,280.65 


$ c. 
1,632,272 . 12 


Commercial light service 


968,399.42 


Commercial power service 


3,417,248.37 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


930,057.48 


967,495.10 


902,875.55 


Rural service 




Miscellaneous 


147,381.50 


120,805.39 


161,243.70 






Total earnings 


4,983,601.03 


6,070,065.17 


7,082,039 16 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,959,446.83 

153,761.08 

46,131.53 

154,247.17 
14,528.17 
24,218.48 
52,602.01 

145,471.50 
79,324.85 

154,508.58 

306,709.35 
97,333.97 

951,781.99 


2,573,879.37 

203,091.20 

42,129.04 

169,326.24 
25,328.95 
44,461.55 
61,765.14 

157,857.73 
73,516.37 
188,083.84 
349,932.05 
102,938.80 
1,085,180.80 


2,807,769.33 


Substation operation 


238,257.34 


Substation maintenance 


60,805.92 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


223,347.81 


Line transformer maintenance 


30,488.83 


Meter maintenance 


63,155.56 


Consumers' premises expenses 


65,149.59 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


196,157.18 


Promotion of business 


64,962 . 78 


Billing and collecting 


208,660.76 


General office, salaries and expenses .... 
Undistributed expense 


421,680.15 
117,474.07 


Interest 


1,238,425.53 


Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 








Total expenses 


4,140,065.51 


5,077,491.08 


5,736,334.85 






Surplus 


843,535.52 
486,141.80 


992,574.09 
607,296.29 


1,345,704.31 


Depreciation and other reserves 


718,162.30 


Surplus less depreciation 


357,393.72 


385,277.80 


627,542.01 







*Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



201 



OPERATING REPORT— Continued 



1919 


1920 


1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


181 


186 


205 


214 


224 


241 


$ c. 
1,991,632.31 
1,175,143.56 
3,443,107.13 


$ c. 

2,546,345.30 

1,512,854.63 

3,752,188.22 

532,279.09 

1,005,535.11 

168,919.95 

189,778.63 


$ c. 

3,149,080.03 

1,851,501.76 

3,895,437.46 

654,531.01 

1,060,357.77 

145,566.57 

225,467.70 


$ c. 

3,786,608.23 

2,158,306.34 

4,383,912.97 

973,263.38 

1,160,446.81 

105,877.09 

187,689.39 


$ c. 
5,166,452.24 
3,260,772.50 
5,927,666.37 
1,161,598.60 
1,269,604.48 
116,639.06 
316,311.21 


$ c. 
5,993,231.07 
3,566,227.22 
6,222,865.88 
1,352,966.47 


988,900.95 


1,356,668.97 
75,100.24 


228,270.65 


231,663.58 


7,827,054.60 


9,707,900.93 


10,981,942.30 


12,756,104.21 


17,219,044.46 


18,798,723.43 


3,284,490.68 

217,638.89 

81,853.63 

286,310.76 
42,509.12 
78,726.64 
84,301.24 

215,963.86 
74,789.22 
236,504.75 
452,131.22 
190,690.09 
1,285,571.51 

* 


4,216,667.87 
285,407.35 
102,050.81 

344,551.57 

46,323.09 

123,701.18 

116,283.52 

236,930.79 
78,294.85 
295,942.88 
559,695.29 
256,400.33 
1,431,807.16 

* 


4,876,650.31 
314,838.35 
104,798.01 

487,918.33 

65,088.46 

116,722.97 

134,854.92 

297,481.52 
101,804.46 
321,685.71 
656,268.11 
308,874.42 
998,611.47 

532,183.96 


6,636,853.37 
315,443.70 
100,763.67 

519,252.16 

52,932.26 

107,806.88 

143,388.88 

297,363.86 
129,932.63 
338,153.50 
605,852.50 
385,895.03 
1,074,657.44 

635,469.90 


8,699,026.67 
474,442.13 
133,815.53 

636,477.41 

75,920.10 

139,104.81 

218,682.02 

299,579.08 
184,371.00 
444,306.92 
937,463.47 
359,206.91 
1,615,205.16 

990,907.14 


9,669,789.40 
430,056.09 
202,050.04 

648,700.62 

82,936.50 

141,231.23 

237,316.20 

269,973.30 
202,060.74 
490,273.30 
889,907.66 
494,078.50 
1,779,991.26 

1,122,798.87 


6,531,481.61 


8,094,056.69 


9,317,781.00 


11,343,765.78 


15,208,508.35 


16,661,163.71 


1,295,572.99 
814,219.37 


1,613,844.24 
902,028.75 


1,664,161.30 
1,044,434.85 


1,412,338.43 
715,814.24 


2,010,536.11 
916,782.75 


2,137,559.72 
973,649.62 


481,353.62 


711,815.49 


619,726.45 


696,524.19 


1,093,753.36 


1,163,910.10 



202 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1925 


1926 


1927 






Number of municipalities included 


242 


248 


251 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 
6,439,159.86 
3,866,292.79 
6,568,854.77 
1,923,093.09 
1,415,382.22 
37,975.18 
286,451.08 


$ c. 
7,372,602.62 
4,187,899.19 
6,789,217.54 
1,922,512.34 
1,457,686.21 
37,810.73 
471,134.15 


$ c. 
8,189,866.89 


Commercial light service 


4,626,815.51 


Commercial power service 


7,342,173.20 


Municipal power 


1,913,502.88 


Street lighting 


1,489,242.37 


Rural service 


13,765.72 


Miscellaneous 


581,913.04 






Total earnings 


20,537,208.99 


22,238,862.78 


24,157,279.61 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


11,063,123.34 
417,921.71 
207,497.63 

686,344.54 

75,473.28 

156,909.55 

252,808.47 

275,316.60 
217,102.24 
521,134.01 
891,640.29 
520,584.58 


12,185,669.10 
450,416.84 
286,520.37 

795,514.70 

74,876.11 

189,603.70 

275,020.62 

295,869.37 
234,696.74 
557,271.54 
786,742.60 
460,288.30 


13,505,583.77 


Substation operation 


430,211.76 


Substation maintenance 


275.148.86 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


758,747.10 


Line transformer maintenance 


94,706.38 


Meter maintenance 


214,813.87 


Consumers' premises expenses 


285,352.68 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


318,395.79 


Promotion of business 


220,687.60 


Billing and collecting 


605,627.58 


General office, salaries and expenses .... 
Undistributed expense 


824,868.90 
531,003.80 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . . 




Interest 


1,889,810.95 
1,294,027.29 


1,985,233.73 
1,347.511.92 


2,063,698.00 


Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 


1,505,626.31 






Total expenses 


18,469,694.48 


19,925,235.64 


21.634.472.40 






Surplus 


2,067,514.51 
1,068,880.42 


2,313,627.14 
1,146,273.05 


2,522.807.21 


Depreciation and other reserves 


1,249,711.65 


Surplus less depreciation 


998,634.09 


1,167,354.09 


1,273.095.56 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



203 



OPERATING REPORT— Continued 



1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


255 


259 


267 


275 


280 


$ c. 
8,925,050.56 
5,182,723.32 
8,298,669.44 
1,921,300.97 
1,534,476.98 
48,451.90* 
465,791.92 


$ c. 
9,873,681.57 
5,697,766.06 
9,376,158.74 
2,086,444.24 
1,598,262.43 
51,590.54* 
522,780.95 


$ c. 

10,542,903.89 

5,961,383.23 

9,340,653.28 

2,111,482.38 

1,674,528.03 

28,954.60* 

581,914.78 


$ c. 

10,972,952.10 

6,230,475.89 

9,456,224.97 

1,967,118.54 

1,746,855.24 

29,446.38* 

511,139.80 


$ c. 

11,447,307.85 

6,243,794.01 

9,356,693.88 

1,859,585.35 

1,783,972.46 

11,069.27* 

513,787.30 


26,376,465.09 


29,206,684.53 


30,241,820.19 


30,914,212.92 


31,216,210.12 


14,688,570.08 
420,512.48 
247,647.88 

736,159.85 

88,676.18 

218,530.96 

291,333.03 

329,597.16 
249,842.01 
638,797.02 
844,578.55 
542,755.34 


16,379,162.88 
461,270.27 
274,275.56 

907,817.04 

93,608.14 

242,126.27 

314,495.03 

359,373.40 
250,844.28 
695,729.42 
904,025.64 
502,206.06 
110,630.62 
2,152,695.49 

1,687,201.64 


17,323,077.97 
479,502.48 
320,716.48 

991,972.86 

96,746.35 

278,379.43 

317,902.45 

372,211.07 
249,070.05 
745,159.02 
907,226.89 
523,862.96 
112,029.82 
2,220,214.45 

1,828,061.62 


18,085,166.51 
487,484.17 
303,536.11 

1,015,256.14 

93,463.24 

284,633.88 

363,078.47 

368,119.49 
255,956.03 
792,983.99 
923,676.84 
520,893.10 
107,918.93 
2,328,094.32 

2,061,718.79 


19,109,036.25 
503,351.82 
300,186.15 

969,750.51 

95,485.55 

300,104.85 

368,208.73 

360,709.76 
266,760.84 
818,721.33 
960,558.88 
436,692.96 
112,059.90 


2,111,049.49 
1,601,711.32 


2,532,940.93 
2,244,367.86 


23,009,761.35 


25,335,461.74 


26,766,134.00 


27,991,980.01 


29,378,936.42 


3,366,703.74 
1,350,252.16 


3,871,222.79 
1,469,846.83 


3,475,686.19 
1,574,991.68 


2,922,232.91 
1,775,330.69 


1,837,273.70 
1,920,896.22 


2,016,451.58 


2,401,375.96 


1,900,694.51 


1,146,902.22 


83,622.52 

(loss) 



*Profits from the sale of merchandise. Rural service now given in Rural Power Districts. 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1933 


1934 


1935 






Number of municipalities included 


282 


282 


284 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

11,429,101.13 

6,013,025,96 

9,080,522.07 

1,826,872.07 

1,779,582.48 

12,812.74* 

485,925.43 


$ c. 

11,844,033.10 

6,206,086.35 

9,692,784.37 

1,875,969.80 

1,777,596.69 

18,747.73* 

555,172.04 


$ c. 
12,145,219.89 


Commercial light service 


6,458,748.57 


Commercial power service 


10,211,968.71 


Municipal power 


1,821,285.82 


Street lighting 


1,788,760.38 




21,669.98* 


Miscellaneous 


562,285.82 






Total earnings 


30,627,841.88 


31,970,390.08 


33,009,939.17 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


19,330,861.58 
484,764.57 
288,583.29 

895,350.99 

82,321.32 

283,115.98 

361,499.20 

353,082.15 
259,936.42 
817,660.03 
908,517.79 
349,101.36 
105,452.68 
2,426,286.35 

2,319,319.09 


19,591,887.79 
468,944.09 
296,550.52 

844,813.95 

75,172.18 

291,402.79 

352,499.09 

338,784.80 
228,741.36 
827,860.20 
908,039.75 
362,322.12 
98,081.61 
2,204,994.25 

2,358,169.12 


20,053,676.40 


Substation operation .' 


478,813.83 


Substation maintenance 


2^7,127.27 
830,633.88 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


Line transformer maintenance 


70,749.63 


Meter maintenance 


313,234.11 


Consumers' premises expenses 


340,761.52 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


340,120.36 


Promotion of business 


252,648.33 


Billing and collecting 


835,375.90 


General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expense 


943,880.18 
360,676.96 


Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 


95,150.54 
2,040,130.35 

2,423,088.34 






Total expenses 


29,265,852.80 


29,248,263.62 


29,686,067.60 


Surplus 


1,361,989.08 
1,989,000.41 


2,722,126.46 
2,036,637.33 


3,323,871.57 


Depreciation and other reserves 


2,076,322.24 


Surplus less depreciation 


627,011.33 

(loss) 


685,489.13 


1,247,549.33 







♦Profits from the sale of merchandise. Rural service now given in Rural Power Districts. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



205 



OPERATING REPORT— Concluded 



1936 


1937 


1938 


1939 


283 


287 


288 


293 


$ c. 

12,682,140.18 

6,815,439.16 

10,694,192.44 

1,817,986.94 

1,799,420.87 

23,158.76* 

575,825.49 


$ c. 

12,448,345.63 

6,510,685.15 

11,063,764.43 

1,731,311.34 

1,781,363.37 

22,971.02* 

607,035.54 


$ c. 

12,607,601.30 

6,727,374.48 

10,527,631.36 

1,677,069.34 

1,813,555.27 

26,588.18* 

602,012.80 


$ c. 

13,038,748.37 

7,077,144.74 

10,957,719.66 

1,760,977.25 

1,831,090.33 

28,874.86* 

595,235.49 


34,408,163.84 


34,165,476.48 


33,981,832.73 


35,289,790.70 


20,486,582.65 
478,855.71 
301,897.24 

855,576.02 

72,711.67 

328,410.90 

306,644.80 

356,932.01 
288,338.93 
945,892.70 
967,269.06 
448,332.98 
69,805.06 
1,893,304.28 

2,448,223.80 


20,532,736.85 
490,737.94 
300,389.49 

889,990.11 

81,365.18 

343,658.47 

420,366.36 

364,325.53 
294,574.21 
980,540.10 
940,890.76 
476,370.44 
77,995.38 
1,752,287.58 

2,429,565.06 


20,575,457.95 
493,651.06 
351,013.94 

921,064.94 

94,040.92 

384,357.58 

483,012.96 

373,065.44 
309,626.97 
987,040.66 
931,120.05 
430,609.32 
84,111.05 
1,642,663.25 

2,424,098.70 


21,855,595.20 
516,987.25 
377,013.25 

943,859.59 

95,577.72 

386,145.71 

488,980.55 

384,071.55 
317,467.64 

1,008,065.66 

966,550.98 

463,456.65 

80,263 . 46 

1,594,040.32 

2,420,441.30 


30,248,777.81 


30,375,793.46 


30,484,934.79 


31,898,516.83 


4,159,386.03 
2,230,021.86 


3,789,683.02 
2,329,625.64 


3,496,897.94 
2,451,529.46 


3,391,273.87 
2,524,364.33 


1,929,364.17 


1,460,057.38 


1,045,368.48 


866,909.54 



206 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,869 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

483 


Alvinston 
650 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
2,857 






Assets 
Lands and buildings. . 


$ c. 

1,545.45 

1,962.78 

26,001.97 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
133.56 


$ c. 


Substation equipment , . 






932 00 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


8,931.61 


7,738.40 


14,213.04 


39,240.18 


12,770.73 

11,183.47 

2,287.14 


4,88i.46 

2,899.87 

916.31 


1,761.29 

2,598.34 

457.58 


3,150.23 
3,220.56 
1,090.62 


19,512.98 


Meters 


16,975.68 


Street light equipment, regular — 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant . . 


1,579.90 
5,598.72 


2,822.24 


34.95 


492.36 


1,063.61 


5,730.09 


Old plant 








773.85 














Total plant 


58,573.78 

4,969.87 
6,500.00 
1,279.28 
1,421.26 


17,664.20 

469.45 
5,000.00 
1,110.22 


13,047.97 

6,529.93 
5,000.00 
1,316.21 


23,645.47 

1,819.09 
4,500.00 
1,750.64 


89,569.55 


Bank and cash balance 


2,532 . 70 


Securities and investments . . 




Accounts receivable 


11,690.59 


Inventories 


217.58 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets. . 


65,467.80 


10,600.51 
171.15 


14,896.60 


14,905.50 


51,234.95 
307.20 












Total assets 


138,211.99 


35,015.53 


40,790.71 


46,620.70 
679.18 


155,552.57 


Deficit 














Total.. 


138,211.99 


35,015.53 


40,790.71 


47,299.88 


155,552.57 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 








1,687.93 


12,681.91 


Accounts payable . . 




309.05 


301.28 


811.26 


Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 


975.61 




150.00 


49.00 


7,701.16 








Total liabilities 


975.61 


309.05 


451.28 


1,736.93 


21,194.33 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


65,467.80 
11,034.53 


10,600.51 

2,447.94 

60.05 


14,896.60 
7,146.52 


14,905.50 

8,741.14 

75.00 


51,234.95 
24,333.75 


Other reserves 


501.11 










Total reserves 


76,502.33 


13,108.50 


22,043.12 


23,721.64 


76,069.81 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,500.00 


8,072.65 


6,883.38 


21,841.31 


19,371.69 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus .... 


46,234.05 


13,525.33 


11,412.93 




38,916.74 








Total surplus 


60,734.05 


21,597.98 


18,296.31 


21,841.31 


58,288.43 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


138,211.99 


35,015.53 


40,790.71 


47,299.88 


155,552.57 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


1.3 


1.3 


1.7 


5.5 


15.8 



Note — In computing the "percentage of net debt to total assets," the ornamental street 
lighting capital, sinking fund on local debentures, and equity in H-E.P.C. systems, are excluded 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 207 



Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Ancaster Arkona 
Twp. 

397 


Aylmer 
2,156 


Ayr 
730 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Beamsville 
1,161 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,383.52 


$ c. 
125.00 


$ c. 
660.64 


$ c. 
176.13 


$ c. 






600.00 


19,027.97 


9,846.17 


23,083.73 


12,625.70 


9,177.31 


14,106.51 


27,399.11 


12,321.54 
5,593.62 
1,376.27 


2,097.73 

1,711.72 

750.31 


13,226.91 

11,678.39 

2,033.42 


5,254.56 

4,135.20 

610.17 


6,612.00 

3,684.72 

738.66 


3,850.15 

3,472.60 

444.23 


11,646.50 
6,914.43 
2,183.16 


885.61 


208.57 


2,088.71 


870.99 


335.02 


602.04 


314.85 




1,030.30 


6,719.17 


4,002.53 
















39,205.01 
1,115.01 


15,644.80 
164.36 


69,213.85 

2,812.81 

12,000.00 

2,023.49 


27,624.15 

117.76 
1,000.00 
1,620.09 


21,208.35 
2,896.32 


22,651.66 

4,618.62 

4,000.00 

445.70 


49,058.05 
9,584.97 


1,378.14 


414.69 


330. 10 


1,089.67 
















16,231.08 


5,902.71 


40,941.12 


14,292.87 


30,955.70 


39,429.86 


3,080.31 


















764.47 










62,813.00 














57,929.24 


22,891.03 


126,991.27 


44,654.87 


55,390.47 


71,145.84 


62,813.00 


9,089.85 
1,288.33 


5,643.30 
542.97 


10,838.80 
160.54 


4,456.61 
.70 


604.79 
.08 


691.70 
17.49 


34,930.99 
324.00 


212.42 




515.00 


6.00 






552 09 












10,590 60 


6,186.27 


11,514.34 


4,463.31 


604.87 


709.19 


35,807.08 


16,231 08 
9,504.80 


5,902.71 
3,332.52 


40,941.12 

16,052.11 

654.83 


14,292.87 

6,341.00 

517.29 


30,955.70 
2,978.43 


39,429.86 
8,704.19 


3,080.31 
12,214.16 












25,848.24 


9,235.23 


57,648.06 


21,151.16 


33,934.13 


48,134.05 


17,494.23 


5,020.43 


7,469.53 


27,863.12 


13,046.77 


4,395.21 


4,661.30 


2,569.01 


16,469.97 




29,965.75 


5,993.63 


16,456.26 


17,641.30 


6,942 68 








21,490.40 


7,469.53 57,828.87 


19,040.40 


20,851.47 


22,302.60 


9.511,69 


57,929.24 


22,891.03 


126,991.27 


44,654.87 


55,390.47 


71,145.84 


62,813.00 


25.4 


38.1 


13.4 


14.7 2.5 


2.2 


59.9 



from assets; and the total liabilities are reduced by the amount of the local sinking fund reserve, 
and the liability in respect to the ornamental street lighting capital, which amount is included in 
other liabilities. 



208 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Belle 
River 

814 


Blenheim 
1,758 


Blyth 
656 


Bolton 
600 


Bothwell 
694 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
12,940.28 

909.64 
30,437.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


19,179.99 


11,753.43 


10,105.05 


7,490.65 


4,445.86 
4,343.42 
1,102.88 


9,649.62 

10,260.33 

3,843.85 

1,482.97 

977.52 


2,449.70 
2,315.67 
1,569.43 


4,688.27 

3,352.70 

873.89 


2,722.33 


Meters 


3,292.83 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,571.49 
1,131.22 


1,112.91 


258.93 


1,404.89 


496.64 


Old plant 






2,096.17 


1,554.60 












Total plant 


30,185.06 
3,908.75 


70,501.80 
25.00 


20,443.33 

1,259.23 
3,000.00 
1,228.63 


21,979.40 

1,671.85 
5,000.00 
1,402.12 


18,705.16 


Bank and cash balance 


105.65 


Securities and investments 


11,000.00 


Accounts receivable . . 


476.22 


3,534.21 
2,033.12 


1,090.45 


Inventories. . . . 


31.50 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


9,895.94 


36,230.56 


9,317.39 


16,916.56 


16,889.33 














Total assets 


44,465.97 


112,324.69 


35,248.58 


46,969.93 


47,822.09 


Deficit 
















Total 


44,465.97 


112,324.69 


35,248.58 


46,969.93 


47,822.09 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 




5,001.55 
5,490.81 
1,448.10 
1,783.47 


2,368.33 
706.06 


2,675.76 
7.10 


1,786.20 


Accounts payable . . 


359.96 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities . 


195.00 


130.00 




1,186.22 








Total liabilities 


554.96 


13,723.93 


3,204.39 


2,682.86 


2,972.42 


Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


9,895.94 
8,815.97 


36,230.56 

18,398.11 

212.18 


9,317.39 
5,241.05 


16,916.56 
8,114.81 


16,889.33 
6,923.44 


Other reserves .... 


25.02 












Total reserves 


18,711.91 


54,840.85 


14,558.44 


25,031.37 


23,837.79 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


8,500.00 


8,998.45 


13,664.19 


9,824.24 


3,747.99 


Local sinking fund . . . 




Operating surplus 


16,699.10 


34,761.46 


3,821.56 


9,431.46 


17,263.89 






Total surplus 


25,199.10 


43,759.91 


17,485.75 


19,255.70 


21,011.88 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


44,465.97 


112,324.69 


35,248.58 


46,969.93 


47,822.09 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


1.6 


16.4 


12.4 


8.9 


9.6 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



209 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Brampton 
5,695 


Brantford 
31,369 


Brantford 
Twp. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
773 


Burford 
P.V. 


$ c. 
5,355 . 12 


$ c. 
110,793.14 
257,198.80 
279,675.67 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
101.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 
202.00 


34,176.39 


1,192.71 
63,285.61 








54,007.73 


10,077.80 


7,343.46 


13,794.49 


9,389.43 


36,012.76 
30,045.58 
12,434.99 


167,355.96 

145,266.24 

24,820.26 

38,922.18 

33,563.78 


19,700.05 

14,985.54 

5,241.85 


3,275.45 
2,732.13 
1,635.60 


2,068.13 

2,428.51 

494.23 


2,402.70 
4,162.26 
1,587.79 


3,389.12 

3,781.53 

425.14 


19,165.59 


2,839.08 


615.56 


1,341.57 


1,541.03 


746.65 




6,000.00 






1,381.00 


2,827.50 












191,198.16 

50.00 
2,930 69 


1,063,596.03 

603.35 
81,500.00 
27,313.09 
11,338.59 


107,244.84 
7,031.35 


18,336.54 
876.24 


15,157.93 

1,810.60 

2,500.00 

873.59 


26,315.77 

2,953.70 

7,000.00 

833.27 


17,933.87 

3,418.75 
3,000 00 


5,364.02 
125.40 


491.10 


476.23 


952.75 














164,683.18 


865,674.25 


32,262.12 


5,968.36 


11,489.72 


12,547.52 


13,150.48 
















364,351.45 


2,050,025.31 


147,029.41 


25,657.37 


31,831.84 


49,650.26 


38,455.85 
















364,351.45 


2,050,025.31 


147,029.41 


25,657.37 


31,831.84 


49,650.26 


38,455.85 




68,500.00 




7,779.37 
9.72 




6,159.29 




13,548.36 






41.10 


3,828.34 






345.00 


58,647.27 


1,898.65 


184.73 


30.00 


42.73 


63.08 


17,721.70 


132,391.14 


2,705.47 


7,973.82 


41.53 


6,202.02 


104.18 


164,683.18 

59,563.96 

198.32 


865,674.25 

377,715.66 

23,272.24 


32,262.12 

28,666.30 

117.04 


5,968.36 
5,887.49 


11,489.72 

5,411 40 

97.24 


12,547.52 
7,764.30 


13,150.48 

6,272.79 

407 55 










224,445.46 


1,266,662.15 


61,045.46 


11,855.85 


16,998.36 


20,311.82 


19,830.82 


69,050.64 


461,500.00 


57,125.66 


4,588.66 


8,000.00 


14,840.71 


9,000.00 


53,133.65 


189,472.02 


26,152.82 


1,239.04 


6,791.95 


8,295.71 


9,520.85 


122,184.29 


650,972.02 


83,278.48 


5,827.70 


14,791.95 


23,136.42 


18,520.85 


364,351.45 


2,050,025.31 


147,029.41 


25,657.37 


31,831.84 


49,650.26 


38,455.85 


8.9 


8.3 


2.4 


40.5 


0.2 


16.7 


0.4 



210 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,425 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


Cayuga 
682 


Chatham 


Population 


16,517 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
202.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
90,216 28 


Substation equipment 








154,326 67 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


3,674.57 


18,965.82 


3,002.37 


18,920.53 


149,314.96 
86,297 88 


1,395.24 

1,161.12 

261.02 


6,844.87 
7,700.81 
1,954.21 


820.55 
702.66 
335.61 


5,247.41 
4,043.48 
1,208.59 


90,595.91 


Meters 

Street light equipment, regular — 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


73,288.68 
18,877.79 
35,426 10 


457.22 


1,579.03 


14.62 


603.26 


32,555.83 


Old plant . . 










. . 42,752.31 














Total plant 


6,949.17 
533.29 


37,247.46 

2,907.86 

2,000.00 

321.54 

657.77 


4,875.81 

602.72 

1,500.00 

775.20 


30,023.27 

241.78 
2,500.00 
1,115.46 

396.27 


773,652.41 


Bank and cash balance 


50.00 


Securities and investments . . 


20,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


333.22 


41,695.65 


Inventories. . . . 


7,590.53 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


5,155.99 


21,747.21 


2,442.26 


9,222.09 


380,750.24 














Total assets 


12,971.67 


64,881.84 


10,195.99 


43,498.87 


1,223,738.83 


Deficit 
















Total 


12,971.67 


64,881.84 


10,195.99 


43,498.87 


1,223,738.83 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 






1,691.68 


7,146.70 
3,683.95 


145,762.49 


Accounts payable . . 




258.78 


15,335.55 


Bank overdraft. . . 






5,335.75 


Other liabilities . . 




53.50 




145.00 


43,457.95 










Total liabilities 




312.28 


1,691.68 


10,975.65 


209,891 . 74 








Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


5,155.99 
3,251.14 


21,747.21 
3,325.60 


2,442.26 
1,276.21 


9,222.09 

5,755.47 

66.21 


380,750.24 
174,792.35 


Other reserves .... 


21,238.41 












Total reserves 


8,407.13 


25,072.81 


3,718.47 


15,043.77 


576,781.00 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


3,500.00 


4,624.00 


3,756.09 


12,853.30 


224,237.51 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


1,064.54 


34,872.75 


1,029.75 


4,626.15 


212,828.58 


Total surplus 


4,564.54 


39,496.75 


4,785.84 


17,479.45 


437.066.09 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


12,971.67 


64,881.84 


10,195.99 


43,498.87 


1,223,738.83 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


Go 


0.7 


21.8 


32.0 


21.6 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



211 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Chippawa 
1,140 


Clifford 
452 


Clinton 
1,888 


Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
329 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


$ c. 
1,434 46 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,830.52 

7,598.09 

25,848.06 


$ c. 
62.00 


$ c. 
50.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 










11,814.07 


8,132.69 


7,861.74 


9,561.43 


6,558.19 


3,549.68 


6,520.74 
5,690.68 
3,139.20 


1,429.64 

2,415.98 

845.05 


10,449.33 

10,404.01 

5,605.10 


4,012.64 

2,614.84 

423.35 


2,133.74 

1,932.89 

366.43 


1,225.40 
945.92 
425.08 


2,400.81 

1,681.19 

364.52 


1,614.64 


37.44 


5,509.39 


1,200.09 


254.31 


633.46 


318.85 






10,658.09 






















30,213.79 
2,916.15 


12,860.80 
2,675.53 


84,902.59 

2,137.25 
3,000.00 
3,409.96 
2,838.49 
7,038.38 
44,939.51 


16,174.66 

585.81 

6,000.00 

69.17 


14,298.80 

377.75 

5,516.79 

501.17 


9,788.05 
3,555.09 


8,315.05 

1,706.65 
1,500.00 


1,287.49 


661.81 


648.19 


651.99 














16,607.60 


6,717.41 


18,086.32 


4,120.58 


5,472.89 


8,133.41 
















51,025.03 


22,915.55 


148,266.18 


40,915.96 


24,815.09 


19,464.22 


20,307.10 
















51,025 03 


22,915.55 


148,266.18 


40,915.96 


24,815.09 


19,464.22 


20,307.10 


796 22 


5,525.12 
.53 


7,500.00 
93.62 


217.96 
1,123.30 


4,279.99 
55.29 




1,329 52 


4.40 


137.94 








678 00 




376.72 


30.00 


205.00 














1,478.62 


5,525.65 


7,970.34 


1,371.26 


4,540.28 


137.94 


1,329.52 


16,607.60 
4,442.83 


6,717.41 
3,028.17 


44,939.51 

25,557.46 

558.26 


18,086.32 
6,487.12 


4,120.58 
4,681.48 


5,472.89 

2,092.40 

14.21 


8,133.41 
3,165.30 












21,050.43 


9,745.58 


71,055.23 


24,573.44 


8,802.06 


7,579.50 


11,298.71 


12,553.78 


2,474.88 


37,000.00 

7,038.38 

25,202.23 


7,482.04 


4,720.23 


8,138.35 


2,070 48 


15,942.20 


5,169.44 


7,489.22 


6,752.52 


3,608.43 


5,608.39 


28,495.98 


7,644.32 


69,240.61 


14,971.26 


11,472.75 


11,746.78 


7,678.87 


51,025.03 


22,915.55 


148,266.18 


40,915.96 


24,815.09 


19,464.22 


20,307.1.0 


4.3 


34.1 


0.9 


6.0 


18.3 


1.0 


10.9 



212 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Delhi 
2,083 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
527 


Dresden 
1,572 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 










523 00 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


5,132.69 


26,126.71 


9,314.91 


9,838.74 


19,719.73 


Line transformers 


1,658.08 

1,307.34 

202.58 


15,193.00 

11,421.92 

3,364.32 


3,046.56 

2,721.48 

783.17 


4,143.43 

3,510.04 

772.21 


8,462.31 


Meters 

Street light equipment, regular — 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


7,105.23 
1,127.48 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


203.81 


3,613.31 


328.41 


430.47 


1,328.40 


Old plant 




28,836.13 






4,815 01 












Total plant 


8,504.50 

300.45 

1,000.00 

963.63 


88,555.39 
987.66 


16,194.53 

570.13 
2,000.00 
1,267.49 


18,694.89 

121.19 
5,000.00 
1,659.61 


43,081.16 


Bank and cash balance 


694.59 


Securities and investments . 


4,000 00 


Accounts receivable 


4,397.21 
2,680.51 


2,448.26 


Inventories . 


1,327.05 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,086.15 
106.03 


2,180.26 


7,272.88 


12,044.24 


30,637.35 
333.44 












Total assets 


13,960.76 


98,801.03 


27,305.03 


37,519.93 


82,521.85 


Deficit 
















Total 


13,960.76 


98,801.03 


27,305.03 


37,519.93 


82,521.85 


Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


1,127.10 
230.04 


53,153.00 
24,946.87 


1,419.47 
15 


4,290.78 
698.52 




Accounts payable 


97.94 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities . . 




1,415.00 


22.00 




295.00 










Total liabilities 


1,357.14 


79,514.87 


1,441.62 


4,989.30 


392.94 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves . . 


3,086.15 

515.26 

30.00 


2,180.26 
6,195.48 


7,272.88 

3,489.65 

46.17 


12,044.24 
7,963.26 


30,637.35 
5,913.90 
1,666.28 










Total reserves 


3,631.41 


8,375.74 


10,808.70 


20,007.50 


38,217.53 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


2,872.90 


1,847.00 


2,880.53 


5,209.22 


16,238.25 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus . . 


6,099.31 


9,063.42 


12,174.18 


7,313.91 


27,673.13 






Total surplus 


8,972.21 


10,910.42 


15,054.71 


12,523.13 


43,911.38 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


13,960.76 


98,801.03 


27,305.03 


37,519.93 


82,521.85 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


12.5 


82.3 


7.2 


19.6 


0.7 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



213 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
4,839 


Dunnville 
3,928 


Dutton 
793 


East York 
Twp. 


Elmira 
2,074 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
12,701.65 
13,396.22 
51,211.70 


$ c. 

3,356.09 

30,684.07 

40,014.43 


$ c. 
75.11 


$ c. 

17,018.18 

8,893.55 

317,981.38 


$ c. 
7,458.03 








4,698.32 


5,902.30 


10,036.85 


35,114.49 
540.21 


1,801.50 

1,999.16 

284.27 


1,354.25 

1,109.68 
544.86 


22,319.68 

22,585.67 

11,535.93 

1,154.52 

7,216.55 


21,742.96 

19,531.55 

9,543.11 


3,791.29 

3,513.02 

764.76 


94,744.36 

150,522.85 

24,282.27 


15,281.57 

13,542.89 

2,132.39 


235.58 


819.44 


7,501.54 


319.53 


17,844.81 


2,590.95 






1,867.38 


10,717.62 






2,168.08 












9,018.83 
6,120.20 


9,730.53 
1,258.43 


143,989.30 

23,768.81 

1,500.00 

6,846.23 

327.43 


143,091.37 

11,073.81 
5,000.00 
5,623.31 
1,876.19 


18,500.56 


631,287.40 

22,989.04 
2,812.91 
4,950.58 
8,393.39 


78,828.61 
4,531.98 




7,000.00 

612.70 

14.85 


11,000.00 


216.15 


427.65 


1,968.37 








6,305. i3 


5,493.44 


134,604.08 
212.08 


59,435.52 


18,995.85 


258,357.58 
73.40 


74,523.87 












21,660.31 


16,910.05 


311,247.93 


226,100.20 


45,123.96 


928,864.30 


170,852.83 
















21,660.31 


16,910.05 


311,247.93 


226,100.20 


45,123.96 


928,864.30 


170,852.83 


1,267.36 




10,827.41 
1,173.27 


31,652.39 
111.25 




159,084.48 
37,477.65 


13,120.85 


80.05 




501.35 

10.75 

187.36 












6.00 


7,518.30 


1,841.61 


17,471.89 


685.65 






1,347.41 


6.00 


19,518.98 


33,605.25 


699.46 


214,034.02 


13,806.50 


6,305.13 
4,809.76 


5,493.44 
4,708.81 


134,604.08 

61,853.56 

344.84 


59,435.52 
38,796.53 


18,995.85 

8,765.11 

34.22 


258,357.58 

100,371.38 

2,138.00 


74,523.87 
26,413.16 










11,114.89 


10,202.25 


196,802.48 


98,232.05 


27,795.18 


360,866.96 


100,937.03 


3,232.64 


6,200.00 


42,172.59 


43,847.61 


8,407.49 


197,983.30 


24,047.65 


5,965.37 


501.80 


52,753.88 


50,415.29 


8,221.83 


155,980.02 


32,061.65 


9,198.01 


6,701.80 


94,926.47 


94,262.90 


16,629.32 


353,963.32 


56,109.30 


21,660.31 


16,910.05 


311,247.93 


226,100.20 


45,123.96 


928,864.30 


170,852.83 


8.8 


0.0 


10.4 


20.2 


2.1 


31.9 


14.3 



214 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Elora 
1,149 


Embro 
423 


Erieau 
295 


Erie 

Beach 

28 


Essex 

1,854 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
1,524.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


17,918.38 


10,409.76 


11,134.43 


2,480.84 


38,453.46 
442.55 


Line transformers 


7,708.74 
6,475.25 
1,258.49 


4.161.59 

2,333.10 

535.73 


2,495.04 

3,189.71 

341.06 


925.32 
900.39 


17,365.02 


Meters 


12,103.81 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,605.38 




7,205.06 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,343.75 


69.45 


379.90 


375.03 


2,102.35 


Old plant 




429.25 


















Total plant 


36,229.15 

720.77 
7,000.00 
1,411.06 

296.47 


17,938.88 

439.12 

1,000.00 

775.31 


17,540.14 


4,681.58 
1,216.16 


79,277.63 


Bank and cash balance . . 


4,680. 76 


Securities and investments . . 




15,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


952.31 


246.33 


2,104.61 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . . . 


35,800.44 
122.25 


10,876.81 


6,094.18 


1,540.01 


29,651.16 












Total assets 


81,580.14 


31,030.12 


24,586.63 


7,684.08 


130,714.16 


Deficit 
















Total 


81,580.14 


31,030.12 


24,586.63 


7,684.08 


130,714.16 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 






2,137.44 

275.24 

168.91 

30.00 


1,606.39 
45.47 


15,539.39 


Accounts payable 


14 


29 


131.03 


Bank overdraft . . 




Other liabilities . . . 


116.25 






7,831 . 89 










Total liabilities 


116.39 


29 


2,611.59 


1,651.86 


23,502.31 


Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


35,800.44 
16,512.36 


10,876.81 

5,402.09 

43.89 


6,094.18 

4,022.32 

73.02 


1,540.01 
699.31 


29,651.16 
21,497.50 


Other reserves 


497.78 










Total reserves 


52,312.80 


16,322.79 


10,189.52 


2,239.32 


51,646.44 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


13,000.00 


7,500.00 


4,745.69 


1,693.61 


6,960.61 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


16,150.95 


7,207.04 


7,039.83 


2,099.29 


48,604.80 






Total surplus 


29,150.95 


14,707.04 


11,785.52 


3,792.90 


55,565.41 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


81,580.14 


31,030.12 


24,586.63 


7,684.08 


130,714.16 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


0.3 


0.0 


14.1 


26.9 


17.4 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



215 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Etobicoke 
Twp. 


Exeter 
1,649 


Fergus 
2,792 


Fonthill 
867 


Forest 
1,520 


Forest 

Hill 
11,117 


Gait 
14,219 


$ c. 
34,096 . 10 


$ c. 
3,335.73 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,481.52 


$ c. 

8,379.87 

69,774.97 

175,316.40 

1,209.22 

98,639.64 

58,536.50 

8,075.72 


$ c. 
201,703.95 








122,888.16 


307,676.55 


31,856.74 


35,342.70 


12,092.53 


23,168.74 


269,668.32 


95,626.79 

69,725.60 

14,920.13 

2,689.44 


11,895.95 
8,862.08 
4,693.43 


20,667.45 

13,709.82 

2,588.89 

3,537.86 

892.33 


5,367.52 
4,906.39 
1,709.32 


10,890.14 

10,919.06 

2,615.57 


117,573.98 
75,628.35 
72,085.68 


18,239.66 


2,870.89 


216.90 


2,207.67 


18,931.15 


26,058.93 






2,546.59 


3,500.00 


11,042.87 














542,974.27 


63,514.82 

1,296.79 

11,000.00 

3,556.26 

1,941.29 


79,285.64 
10.00 


27,792.66 
2,021.21 


67,325.57 

1,384.88 

12,500.00 

4,362.65 

2,271.21 


438,863.47 
35.00 


885,607.37 
413.04 




68,000.00 


11,779.15 
5,403.00 


11,457.22 
118.87 


748.46 


16,740.90 


45,697.60 
26,918.08 








73,282.99 


202,578.94 


40,104.49 


58,949.59 
87.27 


5,919.26 


31,461.66 


150,256.56 


521.404.95 
619.78 














762,735.36 


121,413.65 


149,908.59 


36,481.59 


119,305.97 


605,895.93 


1,621,943.81 
















762,735.36 


121,413.65 


149,908.59 


36,481.59 


119,305.97 


605,895.93 


1,621,943.81 


106,754.37 
31,366.15 


1,351.48 


10,924.59 
8,227.12 
1,065.89 
3,732.47 


9,510.93 
187.56 


4,823.46 
322.89 


273,038.99 

2,993.43 

12,669.13 

8,512.73 


139,764.70 
25,224.01 


11,685.69 




19,198.89 


9,679.01 


176.50 


344.30 


76.24 


2,198.86 


159,485.22 


1,527.98 


23,950.07 


10,042.79 


5,222.59 


297,214.28 


186,386.46 


202,578.94 

112,730.13 

848.91 


40,104.49 

17,014.43 

540.71 


58,949.59 

12,273.06 

3,929.92 


5,919.26 
3,114.63 


31,461.66 

18,149.91 

122.70 


150,256.56 

89,836.82 

550.00 


521.404.95 

318,155.96 

28,455.29 








316,157.98 


57,659.63 


75,152.57 


9,033.89 


49,734.27 


240,643.38 


868,016.20 


158,941.03 


18,648.57 


31,075.41 


12,989.07 


29,576.54 


50,272.61 


378,237.25 
73.282.99 


128,151 . 13 


43,577.47 


19,730.54 


4,415.84 


34,772.57 


17,765.66 


116,020.91 


287,092.16 


62,226.04 


50,805.95 


17,404.91 


64,349.11 


68,038.27 


567,541 . 15 


762,735.36 


121,413.65 


149,908.59 


36,481.59 


119,305.97 


605,895.93 


1,621,943.81 


28.1 


1.9 


27.4 


32.9 


6.0 


65.2 


11.0 



216 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


George- 
town 
2,345 


Glencoe 
726 


Goderich 

4,407 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
21,514 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


673.81 


3,230.35 


13,569.89 
34,402.48 
71,269.69 




13.380. 18 


Substation equipment 




174,824.81 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


34,920.70 


21,527.94 


4,403.03 


252,585.68 


22,419.62 

14,964.82 

4,570.34 


7,373.10 

4,547.12 
1,735.09 


21,546.17 

20,990.38 

9,152.70 


1,696.30 

1,610.02 

180.78 


108,075.86 


Meters 


103,785.43 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . . 


44,220.15 


2,569.99 


3,548.15 


6,274.00 


113 08 


18,263.38 


Old plant 


'2,209.80 




14,622.15 














Total plant 


82,329.08 

2,905.76 
6,300.56 
5,032.64 


41,961.75 
7,022.88 


191,827.46 

19,006.66 

16,500.00 

6,978.76 

1,648.33 


8,003.21 

608.95 

4,000.00 

622.04 


715,135.49 


Bank and cash balance 


13,436.98 


Securities and investments . 




Accounts receivable 


1,820.23 
525.92 


9,491.12 


Inventories . 


21,119.63 


Sinking fund on local debentures . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . . 


98,529.52 


19,511.71 


118,2ii.96 
166.70 


7,812.55 


636,533.95 












Total assets 


195,097.56 


70,842.49 


354,342.87 


21,046.75 


1,395,717.17 


Deficit 
















Total 


195,097.56 


70,842.49 


354,342.87 


21,046.75 


1,395,717.17 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


5,034.70 
38.26 


1,427.70 
55 


34,063.46 
5,684.58 


1,250.74 
214.86 




Accounts payable 


20,958.42 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities . . . 


1,255.06 


135.50 


2,621.88 




2,442.95 








Total liabilities 


6,328.02 


1,563.75 


42,369.92 


1,465.60 


23,401.37 


Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


98,529.52 
20,366.88 


19,511.71 

12,598.48 
378.82 


118,214.96 

87,369.71 

885.08 


7,812.55 

3,516.35 

60.00 


636,533.95 
153,357.06 


Other reserves 


1,791.12 








Total reserves 


118,896.40 


32,489.01 


206,469.75 


11,388.90 


791,682.13 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,965.30 


18,685.18 


62,024.59 


2,249.26 


145,000.00 


Local sinking fund . . 




Operating surplus 


54,907.84 


18,104.55 


43,478.61 


5,942.99 


435,633.67 






Total surplus 


69,873.14 


36,789.73 


105,503.20 


8,192.25 


580,633.67 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


195,097.56 


70,842.49 


354,342.87 


21,046.75 


1,395,717.17 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


6.6 


3.0 


17.9 


11.0 


3.1 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



217 



44 A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Hagersville 
1,355 


Hamilton 
154,751 


Harriston 
1,269 


Harrow 
1,032 


Hensall 
685 


Hespeler 
2,789 


Highgate 
362 


$ c. 


$ c. 
961,543.54 
2,042,947.45 
1,246,479.37 
843,801.34 
873,376.19 
746,966.08 
284,627.32 


$ c. 

395.25 

600.00 

22,539.64 


$ c. 
2,295.35 


$ c. 


$ c. 

4,684.43 

39,867.91 

31,928.66 


$ c. 


864.37 






21,154.03 


18,586.78 


12,589.16 


6,470.98 


11,263.05 
9,191.32 
1,053.17 


8,517.01 
8,759.84 
1,332.00 


10,582.81 

7,347.00 

902.85 


5,413.17 

3,842.66 

612.83 


23,681.56 

13,161.09 

8,118.26 


2,109.25 

1,801.55 

453.91 


590.60 


102,935.69 


1,107.52 


1,136.80 


711.34 


1,540.44 


491.60 




2,842.66 


1,001.43 




400.00 














44,116.54 

7,405.90 
16,000.00 


7,105,519.64 
100,617.02 


44,252.69 

1,789.03 

3,500.00 

1,875.67 

137.65 


40,851.59 
1,099.72 


23,569.16 

1,329.34 
7,000.00 
1,445.24 


122,982.35 
15,216.59 


11,327.29 

2,100.90 
3,000.00 


268.26 


331,922.82 

149,201.79 

486,660.15 

4,491,922.55 

86,334.14 


1,898.77 
508.56 


1,612.17 
337.74 


463.55 








73,610.35 


32,455.04 
197.27 


23,462.77 


15,724.36 


108,385.58 


9,379.45 












141,401.05 


12,752,178.11 


84,207.35 


67,821.41 


49,068.10 


248,534.43 


26,271.19 
















141,401.05 


12,752,178.11 


84,207.35 


67,821.41 


49,068.10 


248,534.43 


26,271.19 


1,384.01 
96.47 


1,954,000.00 
370,251.03 


5,744.10 
.31 


1,610.72 
568.94 


3,909.35 
697.00 


21,945.56 
304.31 


'9.92 


370.00 


♦843,015.65 


30.00 


479.26 


48.00 


30.00 


60.00 


1,850.48 


3,167,266.68 


5,774.41 


2,658.92 


4,654.35 


22,279.87 


69.92 


73,610.35 
12,589.70 


4,491,922.55 

1,246,446.04 

566,854.53 


32,455.04 
10,767.67 


23,462.77 

7,075.61 

136.30 


15,724.36 
9,986.78 


108,385.58 

21,175.49 

241.98 


9,379.45 
5,588.03 










86,200.05 


6,305,223.12 


43,222.71 


30,674.68 


25,711.14 


129,803.05 


14,967.48 


6,615.99 


2,106,275.19 
486,660.15 
686,752.97 


20,073.93 


10,389.28 


8,090.65 


55,624.95 


5,000.00 


46,734.53 


15,136.30 


24,098.53 


10,611.96 


40,826.56 


6,233.79 


53,350.52 


3,279,688.31 


35,210.23 


34,487.81 


18,702.61 


96,451.51 


11,233.79 


141,401.05 


12,752,178.11 


84,207.35 


67,821.41 


49,068.10 


248,534.43 


26,271.19 


2.7 


34.3 


11.2 


6.0 


13.9 


15.9 


0.4 



♦$800,000.00 balance purchase agreement. 



218 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Humber- 
stone 
2,738 


IngersoU 
5,177 


Jarvis 
519 


Kingsville 
2,359 


Kitchener 


Population 


33,080 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
15,149.95 
33,263.83 
56,404.76 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,774.09 


$ c. 
236,365.32 


Substation equipment 






274,352.27 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


26,605.66 


9,897.26 


33,269.41 


377,713.72 
58,018 46 


10,084.83 

9,387.69 

884.80 


30,977.15 

26,898.44 

4,988.75 

4,597.59 

12,437.24 


3,151.56 

2,874.52 
929.54 


14,211.07 

15,064.57 

1,470.29 

19,200.00 

592.37 


199,891.01 


Meters 


214,563.12 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


71,258.04 
126,922.86 


3,486.60 


637.09 


17,260.60 


Old plant 




19,098.54 






52,363.91 












Total plant 


50,449.58 

9,817.87 
7,000.00 
1,067.24 


203,816.25 

8,576.25 

11,716.57 

2,070.15 

1,559.10 

80,144.39 

176,663.91 


17,489.97 

4,296.63 

4,000.00 

97.40 


91,581.80 

3,714.18 

19,000.00 

2,351.55 

15.61 


1,628,709.31 


Bank and cash balance 


1,860.86 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


58,740.51 


Inventories. . . . 


13,241.78 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets. . . . 


19,894.43 


14,376.68 


38,733.34 


1,240,656.14 
818.80 














Total assets 


88,229.12 


484,546.62 


40,260.68 


155,396.48 


2,944,027.40 


Deficit 
















Total 


88,229.12 


484,546.62 


40,260.68 


155,396.48 


2,944,027.40 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


9,900.00 


79,800.00 
824.61 


3,079.75 
13.37 


23,637.10 
136.33 


84,784.99 


Accounts payable 


82,296.66 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities . . . 


1,623.70 


6,246.85 




22,261.57 


127,734.96 










11,523.70 


86,871.46 


3,093.12 


46,035.00 


294,816.61 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


19,894.43 
7,127.45 


176,663.91 

30,908.08 

649.04 


14,376.68 
4,795.99 


38,733.34 

25,435.32 

393.26 


1,240,656.14 
407,966.01 


Other reserves 


7,500.18 










Total reserves 


27,021.88 


208,221.03 


19,172.67 


64,561.92 


1,656,122.33 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


22,100.00 




7,420.25 


9,862.90 


427,365.01 


Local sinking fund . . . 


80,144.39 
109,309.74 




Operating surplus. 


27,583.54 


10,574.64 


34,936.66 


565,723.45 






Total surplus 


49,683.54 


189,454. 13 


17,994.89 


44,799.56 


993,088.46 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


88,229.12 


484,546.62 


40,260.68 


155,396.48 


2,944,027.40 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


16.9 


0.9 


11.9 


27.5 


10.7 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 219 

"A"- Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
882 


Leamington 
5,630 


Listowel 
2,773 


London 
73,846 


London 
Twp. 


Long 

Branch 

4,140 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,210.68 


$ c. 
18,261.45 

7,085.62 
56,473.76 
11,991.15 
26,559.91 
26,817.25 

1,438.72 
15,178.49 

3,232.26 


$ c. 
1,459.49 


$ c. 

456,233.14 

1,014,705.49 

818,873.19 

345,907.52 

363,649.12 

374,052.07 

72,886.70 

92,286.12 

99,044.58 


$ c. 


$ c. 








7,835.31 


20,966.62 


42,976.83 
5,522.87 
20,744.58 
17,521.47 
2,987.88 
1,348.66 
2,436.90 


20,613.90 


57,743.12 


1,883.12 
2,579.77 
1,052.75 


6,775.22 
4,673.80 
1,054.22 


7,409.90 
5,720.15 
1,578.54 


15,251.39 

19,532.98 

4,775.25 


315 71 


2,487.08 


498.26 


2,247.46 








4,745.30 




1,733.80 














13,666.66 
743.18 


37,167.62 
4,841.22 


167,038.61 

8,955.21 

24,477.01 

4,549.95 


99,743.98 

3,299.20 

7,000.00 

3,485.67 

317.75 


3,637,637.93 
98,067.37 


37,554.55 


99,550.20 
4,610.43 


2,000.00 


1,000.00 
1,921.87 




1,103.47 


1,801.81 
60.00 


244,874.05 

126,732.22 

474,059.65 

2,346,844.03 

21,331.48 


6,588.46 










9,319.95 


13,441.88 


81,544.06 


73,626.19 


19,053.93 


23,573.96 














26,833 26 


57,312.53 


286,564.84 


187,472.79 


6,949,546.73 


59,530.35 


134,323.05 
















26,833.26 


57,312.53 


286,564.84 


187,472.79 


6,949,546.73 


59,530.35 


134,323.05 




6,645.08 
657.90 




740.24 


568,688.99 
139,189.07 


4,250.61 
209.21 
188.96 
361.77 


12,599.42 


334.10 


362.05 


3,372.23 








105.00 


628.75 


18,203.72 


1,716.12 


94,838.23 


2,920.71 


439.10 


7,931.73 


18,565.77 


2,456.36 


802,716.29 


5,010.55 


18,892.36 


9,319.95 

4,969.07 

42.08 


13,441.88 

10,426.84 

370.19 


81,544.06 

38,097.20 

113.85 


73,626.19 
42,317.60 


2,346,844.03 

1,280,944.60 

110,790.21 


19,053.93 

9,070.55 

42.97 


23,573.96 

20,934.95 

338.38 








14,331.10 


24,238.91 


119,755.11 


115,943.79 


3,738,578.84 


28,167.45 


44,847.29 


4,000 00 


8,854.92 


48,000.00 


42,449.65 


1,013,211.01 
474,059.65 
920,980.94 


14,749.39 


27,705.18 


8,063 06 


16,286.97 


100,243.96 


26,622.99 


11,602.96 


42,878.22 


12,063 06 


25,141.89 


148,243.96 


69,072.64 


2,408,251.60 


26,352.35 


70,583.40 


26,833 26 


57,312.53 


286,564.84 


187,472.79 


6,949,546.73 


59,530.35 


134,323.05 


2.5 


18.1 


1.8 


1.0 


5.9 


12.4 


17.0 



220 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Lucan 
610 


Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
1,153 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 


Population 


2,656 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
375.45 


$ c. 
241.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,680.39 


Substation equipment 






67,269.36 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


11,554.02 


4,805.02 


18,476.92 


8,567.00 


37,933.92 


4,707.48 
3,814.66 
4,549.30 


2,490.70 

1,960.02 

354.06 


9,823.85 

6,831.89 

753.91 


3,631.86 

2,343.57 

560.17 


10,335.55 


Meters 


13,149.10 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


4,763.80 


605.49 


263.57 


1,353.98 


467.65 


3,447.17 


Old plant 


2,860.45 






241.85 












Total plant 


28,466.85 

10.00 

2,000.00 

695.47 


10,114.55 
3,122.04 


37,240.55 


15,812.10 

1,301.32 

7,500.00 

367.35 


143,579.29 


Bank and cash balance .... 


2,892.56 


Securities and investments . . 


7,000.00 
1,185.20 




Accounts receivable 


293.32 


1,136.41 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets. . 


17,754.56 


12,719.10 


18,050.95 
105.70 


11,256.51 


139,855.27 












Total assets 


48,926.88 


26,249.01 


63,582.40 


36,237.28 


287,463.53 


Deficit 
















Total 


48,926.88 


26,249.01 


63,582.40 


36,237.28 


287,463.53 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,476.26 

398.23 

66.19 

210.00 


1,545.35 
.95 




2,780.46 
204.70 


9,136.90 


Accounts payable 




5,667.24 


Bank overdraft . 


415.39 
256.00 




Other liabilities . . 




80.00 










Total liabilities 


3,150.68 


1,546.30 


671.39 


3,065.16 


14,804.14 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


17,754.56 
7,096.49 


12,719.10 
3,963.60 


18,050.95 

6,609.46 

117.26 


11,256.51 

4,060.15 

23.40 


139,855.27 
19,810.89 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


24,851.05 


16,682.70 


24,777.67 


15,340.06 


159,666.16 


Surplus 
Debentures paid 


8,737.36 


2,949.65 


11,373.63 


10,583.75 


23,049.31 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


12,187.79 


5,070.36 


26,759.71 


7,248.31 


89,943.92 


Total surplus 


20,925.15 


8,020.01 


38,133.34 


17,832.06 


112,993.23 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


48,926.88 


26,249.01 


63,582.40 


36,237.28 


287,463.53 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


10.1 


11.4 


1.5 


12.2 


10.0 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



221 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Milton 
1,848 


Milverton 
1,010 


Mimico 
7,012 


Mitchell 
1,615 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
288 


$ c. 
7,844.87 


$ c. 
640.12 


$ c. 
19,791.60 
38,461.02 
78,421.59 


$ c. 
18,139.20 
16,198.38 
31,963.47 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


16,418.16 








23,192.02 


12,275.47 


3,086.96 


7,554.05 


6,945.58 


16,234.47 

14,465.89 

5,033.13 


8,101.30 

4,996.58 

765.09 


38,025.99 

30,379.17 

9,773.00 


14,587.17 

13,385.61 

7,155.89 


1,211.63 
1,311.68 

295.88 


1,845.43 
2,731.68 
1,385.36 


1,797.86 

1,360.80 

866.47 


4,617.52 


781.21 


10,258.10 


2,139.13 


356.90 


173.12 


607.93 


3,092.54 






1,380.00 






348.22 














90,898.60 


27,559.77 


225,110.47 
20,799.16 


104,948.85 

1,677.76 
7,150.00 
9,495.90 
5,383.61 


6,263.05 
2,616.83 


13,689.64 

3,073.59 
4,000.00 
1,306.27 


11,926.86 
1,913.67 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 
1,589.92 




4,036.09 
3,399.57 


3,328.64 


227.68 


965.80 














96,470.39 


41,285.65 


134,745.68 


42,154.22 


5,934.50 


7,278.96 


4,341.59 
159.15 
















198,804.65 


74,435.34 


383,983.95 


170,810.34 


15,042.06 


29,348.46 


19,307.07 
















198,804.65 


74,435.34 


383,983.95 


170,810.34 


15,042.06 


29,348.46 


19,307.07 


3,225.37 




46,368.71 
1,784.22 






1,239.95 
242.26 


1,300.00 


36.29 
1,022.43 


53.90 
24.80 


162.06 


90.02 


.35 


370 . 18 


6,443.05 


266.00 




152.40 


40.00 










4,654.27 


78.70 


54,595.98 


428.06 


90.02 


1,634.61 


1,340.35 


96,470.39 

20,396.28 

201.27 


41,285.65 
7,361.73 


134,745.68 

64,780.33 

2,320.20 


42,154.22 

41,940.70 

2,003.90 


5,934.50 
3,171.93 


7,278.96 

4,030.30 

100.00 


4,341.59 
4,145.52 










117,067.94 


48,647.38 


201,846.21 


86,098.82 


9,106.43 


11,409.26 


8,487.11 


29,821.04 


9,500.00 


80,631.29 


22,295.22 


4,500.00 


2,980.05 


8,454.39 


47,261.40 


16,209.26 


46,910.47 


61,988.24 


1,345.61 


13,324.54 


1,025.22 


77,082.44 


25,709.26 


127,541.76 


84,283.46 


5,845.61 


16,304.59 


9,479.61 


198,804.65 


74,435.34 


383,983.95 


170,810.34 


15,042.06 


29,348.46 


19,307.07 


4.6 


0.2 


21.9 


0.3 


1.0 


7.4 


8.9 



222 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality . 
Population . . 



New 

Hamburg 

1,458 



New 

Toronto 

7,140 



Niagara 
Falls 
18,928 



Niagara-on JNorth York 
the-Lake I Twp. 
1,670 



Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular — 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 



$ c. 

2,513.19 

1,217.05 

24,650.87 



44,097.67 



8,097.16 
9,496.53 
2,197.40 



88,210.70 
8,605.69 
38,527.56 
36,944.33 
13,280.51 



129,536.29 
230,899.67 
196,561.95 



$ c 

2,307.35 

16,382.40 

35,057.43 



$ c. 
28,797.82 



420,543.17 



176,357.52 
117,074.97 
120,862.99 



11,415.19 
9,531.57 
3,489.85 



954.94 



7,884.63 



5,242.56 



11,481.58 
18,723' 99 



2,360.42 



120,460. 13 

70,097.52 

156.00 

13,491.21 

23,023.98 



Total plant. 



54,369.70 237,551.09 



Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures. 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 



25.00 

8,000.00 

1,974.86 

747.13 



20,020.21 



6,424. 12 
3,431.75 



1,001,498.96 

74,941.09 

50,000.00 

2,244.42 

8,117.95 



80,544.21 
3,161.26 



676,569.83 
10,167.09 



3,767.44 
1,758.26 



11,469.78 
272.44 



47,010.81419,051.52 



Total assets . 
Deficit 



Total. 



Liabilities 
Debenture balance 
Accounts payable . 
Bank overdraft . . . 
Other liabilities . . . 



Total liabilities . 



Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 



Total reserves . 

Surplus 

Debentures paid . . 
Local sinking fund . 
Operating surplus'. 



Total surplus 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 
Percentage of net debt to total assets 



112,127.50 



112,127.50 



1,115.24 



1,867.99 
171.50 



3,154.73 



47,010.81 

16,828.61 

33.83 



16,613.84 



28,485.68 



45,099.52 



112,127.50 



4.8 



545,286.27 
2,025.83 



29,527.21 



132,845.43 



686,478.69 



1,684,114.52 118,758.38 



831,324.57 



686,478.691,684,114.52 



1,845.35 
417.53 



7,014.26 



9,277. 14 



419,051.52 

63,351.91 

1,413.78 



63,873.25 483,817.21 



6,154.65 



187,229.69 



193,384.34 



686,478.69 



3.5 



172,831.18 
2,176.53 



16,700.24 



191,707.95 



545,286.27 

252,175.27 

11,593.55 



809,055.09 



517,411.82 



165,939.66 



683,351.48 



1,684,114.52 118,758.38 



118,758.38 



831,324.57 



14,427.35 
489.45 



256,538.78 
58,482.49 



252.50 24,041.04 



15,169.30 339,062.31 



29,527.21 

16,855.85 

1,115.86 



47,498.92 



22,074.07 



34,016.09 



56,090.16 



16.8 



17.0 



132,845.43 

115,357.11 

1,814.04 



250,016.58 



186,483.09 



55,762.59 



242,245.68 



831,324.57 



47 5 



2940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



223 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Norwich 
1,365 


Oil Springs 
514 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,406 


Paris 
4,369 


Parkhill 
900 


Petrolia 

2,747 


$ c. 
4,660.42 


$ c. 
6,265.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,781.50 

28,126.55 

56,192.87 


$ c. 


$ c 
900.00 






1,346.28 
32,477.85 




5,956 . 75 


11,458.56 


14,232.31 


8,199.09 


17,977.62 


48,889.73 


6,847.08 
7,693.83 
4,685.64 


5,202.85 

3,786.30 

308.24 


4,115.99 

2,744.27 
1,571.42 


10,958.35 

7,954.98 
6,765.70 


24,213.54 
20,765.49 
14,084.12 


4,085.20 

4,621.34 

995.06 


29,719.79 

16,339.83 

6,366.05 


2,312.60 


1,950.02 


142.00 


3,012.43 


2,108.23 


1,347.45 


7,414.81 


3,509.82 






4,018.71 






3,389 94 














41,167.95 

1,982.52 
5,000.00 


31,744.90 

3,993.24 
860.11 

1,858.06 
147.12 


16,772.77 
3,571.61 


66,534.30 
656.46 


154,272.30 

9,246.50 

33,500.00 

996.25 


29,026.67 

1,760.25 
4,000.00 
1,978.88 


118,976.90 

874.98 
14,400 00 


4,522.53 
2,345.31 


1,685.59 


2,202.64 
2,580.09 


5,209.06 
479 . 85 












34,883.10 


23,731.37 


8,312.17 


40,758.56 


106,436.56 


17,957.64 


96,709.20 
















89,901.41 


62,334.80 


30,342 . 14 


112,732.05 


304,451.61 


54,723.44 


236,649.99 
















89,901.41 


62,334.80 


30,342 . 14 


112,732.05 


304,451.61 


54,723.44 


236,649.99 


1,987.35 






1,201.85 
2,888.46 


4,399.63 


1,129.00 
115.27 


12,030.17 


120 . 70 


3,898.36 


266.94 


361 . 14 








273.50 


35.75 


43.88 


334.80 




95.00 


967 50 








2,381.55 


3,934.11 


310.82 


4,425.11 


4,399.63 


1,339.27 


13,358.81 


34,883.10 
8,535.34 


23,731.37 

8,873.95 

90.03 


8,312.17 
5,887.58 


40,758.56 

8,638.22 

420.07 


106,436.56 

77,362.29 

88.67 


17,957.64 
8,961.21 


96,709.20 
38,317.27 










44,198.92 


32,695.35 


14,199.75 


49,816.85 


183,887.52 


26,918.85 


135,479.97 


11,768.65 


16,721.31 


4,500.00 


25,798.15 


87,600.37 


13,501.02 


37,969.83 


31,552.29 


8,984.03 


11,331.57 


32,691.94 


28,564.09 


12,964.30 


49,841.38 


43,320.94 


25,705.34 


15,831.57 


58,490.09 


116,164.46 


26,465.32 


87,811.21 


89,901.41 


62,334.80 


30,342.14 


112,732.05 


304,451.61 


54,723.44 


236,649.99 


4.3 


10.2 


1.4 


6.1 


2.2 


3.6 


9.5 



224 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,177 


Port 

Colborne 

6,503 


Port 
Credit 
1,901 


Port 


Population 


Dalhousie 
1,590 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. $ c. 
25,458.94 675.00 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


4,384.03 


21,904.08 


93,442.35 


30,985.51 


20,693.12 


2,026.17 

2,159.75 

147.15 


7,633.43 
5,737.33 
3,135.31 


31,043.91 
25,030.76 

4,744.86 
16,611.59 

7,736.57 


12,481.40 

11,598.30 

5,137.66 


10,854.99 


Meters 


10,819.49 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,041.19 


535.92 


1,025.99 


3,155.17 


3,279.67 


Old plant 






9,929.60 




6,018.38 












Total plant . 


9,253.02 

3,110.93 

2,000.00 

309.62 


39,436.14 

510.29 

13,000.00 

3,229.32 

593.65 


213,998.58 

8,498.02 

2,500.00 

22,694.01 

4,223.93 


64,033.04 
35.06 


52,706 84 


Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 


75.17 
3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


3,382.46 


5,286.91 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . 






. 4,585.61 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets .... 


8,585.50 


54,986.49 


91,408.25 


38,006.72 


33,524.30 














Total assets 


23,259.07 


111,755.89 


343,322.79 


105,457.28 


99,178.83 


Deficit 
















Total. . 


23,259.07 


111,755.89 


343,322.79 


105,457.28 


99,178.83 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


1,475.26 
32.83 


3,672.71 
888.29 


44,510.79 

189.88 

16,611.59 

3,139.91 


4,328.36 
3,345.89 


6,165.27 


Accounts payable 


88.61 


Bank overdraft . . 




Other liabilities . . 




420.03 


547.74 


116.00 








Total liabilities 


1,508.09 


4,981.03 


64,452.17 


8,221.99 


6,369.88 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


8,585.50 
4,353.48 


54,986.49 

14,581.54 

116.45 


91,408.25 

52,774.27 

3,187.68 


38,006.72 

19,129.11 

336.93 


33,524.30 

7,479.48 


Other reserves 


1,076.31 








Total reserves 


12,938.98 


69,684.48 


147,370.20 


57,472.76 


42,080.09 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,761.74 


13,327.29 


101,489.21 


10,171.64 


16,334.73 


Local sinking fund . . 


4,585.61 


Operating surplus 


5,050.26 


23,763.09 


30,011.21 


29,590.89 


29,808.52 






Total surplus 


8,812.00 


37,090.38 


131,500.42 


39,762.53 


50,728.86 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


23,259.07 


111,755.89 


343,322.79 


105,457.28 


99,178.83 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


10.3 


8.8 


20.3 


12.1 


2.9 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



225 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Port 
Dover 
1,705 


Port 

Rowan 

556 


Port 

Stanley 

*737 


Preston 

6,422 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,317 


S c. 
248.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,574.60 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 






56,955.28 
90,956.86 






600 00 


35,381.92 


10,157.64 


26,757.25 


4,370.06 


8,443.61 


10,872.77 


12,873.47 
9,540.73 
2,673.13 


1,883.34 

2,459.00 

940.33 


13,298.52 

11,184.91 

2,088.37 


50,818.82 

40,712.02 

5,452.47 


2,636.23 

1,385.84 

207.93 


3,040.34 

1,599.05 

435.63 


9,519.32 
6,351.79 
1,334.77 


3,635.14 


729.77 


7,519.32 


8,774.39 


112.41 


2,499.80 


456.27 






577.51 


32,126.75 


















64,353.14 
4,066.69 


16,170.08 

2,039.37 
2,000.00 
1,151.84 


63,000.48 

29.20 
8,000.00 
1,124.80 


285,796.59 
12,266.40 


8,712.47 
5,768.09 


16,018.43 

1,228.74 


29,134.92 
1,928.60 


3,023.38 
65.25 


11,770.84 
5,922.71 


692.10 


633.78 


2,153.73 
123 45 














24,093.50 
20.00 


6,338.62 


38,146.16 


246,632.91 


8,701.47 
25.00 


6,511.03 


18,169.40 














95,621.96 


27,699.91 


110,300.64 


562,389.45 


23,899.13 


24,391.98 


51,510.10 
















95,621.96 


27,699.91 


110,300.64 


562,389.45 


23,899.13 


24,391.98 


51,510.10 


1,727.24 
1,974.05 


5,955.38 


1,539.87 
899.27 


24,711.54 

7,422.67 


999.93 
164.71 


2,208.41 
54.65 


1,318.20 
264.34 








663.00 


205.00 


210.09 


1,238.49 




25.00 


429 78 








4,364.29 


6,160.38 


2,649.23 


33,372.70 


1,164.64 


2,288.06 


2,012.32 


24,093 50 
13,970.10 


6,338.62 
3,773.77 


38,146.16 

14,351.83 

75.23 


246,632.91 

132,178.55 

575.65 


8,701.47 
3,414.44 


6,511.03 
4,201.56 


18,169.40 

2,693.96 

63.72 












38,063.60 


10,112.39 


52,573.22 


379,387.11 


12,115.91 


10,712.59 


20,927.08 


27,272 . 76 


5,044.62 


17,410.13 


128,088.46 


2,550.07 


7,291.59 


10,881.80 


25,921.31 


6,382.52 


37,668.06 


21,541.18 


8,068.51 


4,099.74 


17,688.90 


53,194.07 


11,427.14 


55,078.19 


149,629.64 


10,618.58 


11,391.33 


28,570.70 


95,621.96 


27,699.91 


110,300.64 


562,389.45 


23,899.13 


24,391.98 


51,510.10 


6.1 


28.8 


3.6 


10.6 


7.7 


12.8 


6.0 



*Winter population 741; Summer population estimated 3,500. 
a— h.e. 



226 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Ridgetown 
1,958 


Riverside 
5,090 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
695 


St. 


Population 


Catharines 
27,647 






Assets 
Lands and buildings. . 


$ c. 

3,018.17 

1,024.24 

23,528.29 


$ c. 
8,611.31 


$ c. 
79.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
52,499.01 


Substation equipment 




136,720.18 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


91,840.85 


8,292.85 


12,090.24 


246,182.01 


10,570.71 
9,987.34 
6,198.80 
1,431.73 
1,427.27 


31,701.24 
24,445.63 


2,956.33 

3,258.63 

703.05 


3,595.57 
3,907.52 
3,533.02 


158,182.86 


Meters 


106,608.79 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment ^ ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


20,360.91 


17,647.89 
7,017.36 


29,486.71 


566.85 


794.06 


29,337.93 


Old plant 


5,088.46 






700.00 


17,507.89 










Total plant 


62,275.01 

812.63 
7,000.00 
2,194.66 

334.56 


181,264.28 
12,031.11 


15,856.71 

705.84 

1,000.00 

548.19 

86.83 


24,620.41 
1,801.07 


796,886.29 


Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments . . 


8,832.40 
57,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


9,969.81 
385.75 


872.13 


51,270.59 


Inventories 


10,976.36 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




91,950.85 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


40,062.29 


77,160.13 


10,676.75 


12,639.77 


552,138.27 
215.27 














Total assets 


112,679. 15 


280,811.08 


28,874.32 


39,933.38 


1,569,270.03 


Deficit 
















Total 


112,679.15 


280,811.08 


28,874.32 


39,933.38 


1,569,270.03 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,751.25 
1,948.42 


26,084.92 
3,141.52 


1,778.03 
51.01 




156,250.00 


Accounts payable 


48.48 


39,452 . 47 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities .... 


2,068.21 


19,948.33 


126.00 


270.00 


29,814.21 






Total liabilities 


7,767.88 


49,174.77 


1,955.04 


318.48 


225,516.68 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation .... 


40,062.29 

16,404.12 

270.63 


77,160.13 

40,149.32 

3,025.90 


10,676.75 
6,026.92 


12,639.77 

2,709.65 

120.32 


552.138.27 
217,801.19 


Other reserves 


7,918.92 








Total reserves . . . 


56,737.04 


120,335.35 


16,703.67 


15,469.74 


777,858.38 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


15,704.74 


56,415.08 


2,721.97 


8,500.00 


145,772.91 


Local sinking fund . . . 


91,950.85 


Operating surplus 


32,469.49 


54,885.88 


7,493.64 


15,645.16 


328,171.21 


Total surplus. . . . 


48,174.23 


111,300.96 


10,215.61 


24,145.16 


565,894.97 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


112,679.15 


280,811.08 


28,874.32 


39,933.38 


1,569,270.03 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. 


8.9 


16.9 


10.7 


1.2 


11.6 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



227 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



St. Clair 

Beach 

108 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,033 


St. Thomas 
16,352 


Sarnia 
18,269 


Scarboro 
Twp. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
18,492.48 
27,421.62 
62,721.73 


$ c. 

78,779.06 

133,555.05 

111,206.53 

52,815.87 

66,029.86 

76,308.68 

22,238.77 

3,693.04 

15,239.37 


$ c 
119,198.60 
209,248.48 
221,462.51 


$ c. 
17,273.95 








301.95 


8,119.94 


6,088.99 


6,904.32 


302,138.14 


2,880.61 
1,688.92 


4,038.89 

3,513.85 

337.24 


3,696.90 

3,266.21 

368.97 


25,060.20 

24,590.92 

6,471.74 


79,916.26 
77,190.53 
27,426.19 
8,271.83 
26,380.69 


72,756.44 
73,814.93 
21,007.15 






230.16 


374.18 


575.70 


11,445.06 


9,116.54 








20,696.85 




55,445.72 














12,919.63 
2,056.43 


14,353.15 
2,578.79 


14,812.10 

904.23 

3,000.00 

862.82 


196,900.60 

25.00 

10,000.00 

5,378.31 

1,145.20 

2,049.20 

125,978.53 


559,866.23 

2,810.95 
56,000.00 
17,748.78 

9,938.32 


824,540.81 

34,375.67 

100,000.00 

26,952.91 

22,775.61 


496,409.10 
63,114.38 


372.02 


493.30 


31,173.21 










6,360.78 


13,327.31 


15,213.81 


464,937.70 


583,786.77 


173,952.74 
1,084.43 
















21,708.86 


30,752.55 


34,792.96 


341,476.84 


1,111,301.98 


1,592,431.77 


765,733.86 
















21,708.86 


30,752.55 


34,792.96 


341,476.84 


1,111,301.98 


1,592,431.77 


765,733.86 


1,109.35 


1,772.18 
2.25 




25,658.74 
1,992.38 


1,762.44 
1,684.95 


24,821.42 


98,397.08 


398.32 


201.20 


11,673.66 








96.59 


157.50 




360.00 


14,05i.5i 


15,039.93 


34,929.98 








1,604.26 


1,931.93 


201.20 


32,933.11 


17,498.90 


39,861.35 


145,000.72 


6,360.78 
4,039.30 


13,327.31 
3,435.08 


15,213.81 
3,271.11 


125,978.53 

66,506.59 

598.90 


464,937.70 

166,067.09 

962.21 


583,786.77 

200,328.97 

2,052.19 


173,952.74 

124,921.49 

687.63 










10,449.58 


16,762.39 


18,484.92 


193,084.02 


631,967.00 


786,167.93 


299,561.86 


5,232.10 


4,227.82 


6,000.00 


88,588.28 

2,049.20 

24,822.23 


137,181.63 


313,178.58 


192,171.19 


4,422.92 


7,830.41 


10,106.84 


324,654.45 


453,223.91 


129,000.09 


9,655.02 


12,058.23 


16,106.84 


115,459.71 


461,836.08 


766,402.49 


321,171.28 


21,708.86 


30,752.55 


34,792.96 


341,476.84 


1,111,301.98 


1,592,431.77 


765,733.86 


10.4 


11.1 


1.0 


14.5 


2.1 


3.1 


24.9 



228 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality . . 


Seaforth 
1,705 


Simcoe 
6,052 


Springfield 
P.V. 


Stamford 
Twp. 


Stouffville 


Population 


1,160 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

1,836.39 

5,999.16 

32,516.61 

11,302; 60 

9,711.82 
4,969.46 

: "1,563! 32 


$ c. 

10,663.97 

41,527.90 

57,406.57 

1,412.24 

39,955.56 

33,922.61 

7,901.70 

3,500.00 

7,403.21 


$ c. 


$ c. 

7,572.14 

37,384.60 

140,505.85 


$ c. 


Substation equipment . . . 






Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


10,060.42 


13,909.28 


3,106.91 

2,168.55 

609.47 


51.508.12 
37,345.27 
10,057.76 


4,827.29 


Meters 

Street light equipment, regular — 
Street light equipment; ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . . 


5,192.32 
1,613.55 


685.08 


10,768.90 


749.31 


Old plant . . 




927.92 




13,743.66 












Total plant 


67,899.36 

2,520.50 

100.00 

1,711.81 

1,695.85 


204,621.68 

19,859.11 

10,000.00 

5,688.39 

3,862.72 


16,630.43 

1,930.19 
500.00 
979.25 


308,886.30 
8,831.80 


26,291 . 75 


Bank and cash balance 


4,778.33 


Securities and investments . . , 


8,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


21,410.77 
7,310.80 


1,763.37 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


58,298.63 


98,351.25 


8,753.71 


91,628.77 
216.50 


15,466.51 












Total assets 


132,226.15 


342,383.15 


28,793.58 


438,284.94 


56,299.96 


Deficit 
















Total ;. . 


132,226. 15 


342,383.15 


28,793.58 


438,284.94 


56,299.96 


Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




33,695.33 
39.42 


2,385.21 
2.39 


96,901.48 
8,624.05 




Accounts payable 




385.85 


Bank overdraft . . . 






Other liabilities 


358.84 


3,902.50 


2.00 


5,199.46 


145.00 






Total liabilities 


358.84 


37,637.25 


2,389.60 


110,724.99 


530.85 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


58,298.63 

22,296.22 

349.11 


98,351.25 
28,415.00 
15,000.00 


8,753.71 
2,121.84 


91,628.77 

56,973.35 

3,559.92 


15,466.51 
4,524.52 


Other reserves . . 


87.23 








Total reserves 


80,943.96 


141,766.25 


10,875.55 


152,162.04 


20,078.26 


Surplus 
Debentures paid .... 


25,000.00 


41,739.57 


7,114.79 


143,376.69 


14,673.90 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


25,923.35 


121,240.08 


8,413.64 


32,021.22 


21,016.95 


Total surplus 


50,923.35 


162,979.65 


15,528.43 


175,397.91 


35,690.85 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


132,226. 15 


342,383.15 


28,793.58 


438,284.94 


56,299.96 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


0.5 


14.2 


11.9 


31.9 


1.3 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



229 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Stratford 
17,159 


Strathroy 
2,917 


Streets- 
ville 
700 


Sutton 
852 


Swansea 
5,831 


Tavistock 
1,063 


Tecumseh 
2,237 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


$ c. 
141,389.22 


$ c 

8,856.05 

23,640.34 

50,389.39 


$ c. 
7,340.41 
1,172.04 
8,957.46 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,564.06 


$ c. 
1,018.51 


$ c. 


131,638.26 








158,686.57 
22,971.15 


20,805.20 


71,698.37 


13,848.15 


35,609.78 


7,757.33 


100.236.67 
85,135.54 
25,785.92 


23,445.05 

17,858.16 

5,863.19 


5,167.99 
3,279.75 
1,429.74 


8,060.31 
6,639.18 
1,923.22 


45,866.42 

33,431.86 

5,381.78 


9,670.45 
5,880.37 
1,102.93 


11,478.87 
11,444.76 


3,600.32 

3,278.48 

298 . 97 




4,760.95 
2,622.94 




25,072.60 


5,729.12 


715.64 
10,641.55 


2,115.28 


6,699.15 


1,481.30 


376.81 


31,520.00 


12,343.15 


675.00 






















722,435.93 
33,921.07 


148,124.45 

4,868.06 

17,000.00 

7,085.42 

3,074.81 


38,704.58 
3,113.09 


40,218.19 
2,554.40 


163,077.58 
8,101.33 


35,547.26 


66,935.81 
3,644.08 


15,311.91 
411.65 


90,000.00 


2,000.00 

1,784.85 

24.59 


7,500.00 


23,412.07 
11,035.01 


1,030.15 


4,013.45 


9,991.35 
15.00 


1,619.95 


679.19 


267,969.57 










567,229.35 
335 . 57 


82,942.82 
21.60 


1,974.54 


15,166.82 


70,089.51 


42,504.11 


24,182.46 


16,017.35 
















1,716,338.57 


263,117.16 


44,822.36 


61,952.86 


251,274.77 


81,860.81 


96,382.30 


39,920.10 


















1,716,338.57 


263,117.16 


44,822.36 


61,952.86 


251,274.77 


81,860.81 


96,382.30 


39,920.10 


340,000.00 
912.83 


23,994.54 
354.24 


11,660.49 
234.46 


6,505.94 


75,838.07 
1,450.86 


2,258.54 
199.18 
194.99 


4,849.76 
3,502.22 


744.37 
176.64 








4,684.23 


844.59 


218.87 


5.00 


3,276.98 


5,610.86 


67.00 








345,597.06 


25,193.37 


12,113.82 


6,510.94 


80,565.91 


2,652.71 


13,962.84 


988.01 


567,229.35 

305,714.96 

3,599.04 


82,942.82 

38,012.44 

1,110.56 


1,974.54 

3,844.85 

50.00 


15,166.82 
9,585.12 


70,089.51 

47,786.24 

200.00 


42,504.11 
12,155.41 


24,182.46 

15,721.77 

513.68 


16,017.35 

5,785.47 










876,543.35 


122,065.82 


5,869.39 


24,751.94 


118,075.75 


54,659.52 


40,417.91 


21,802.82 


115,800.00 
267,969.57 


42,237.46 


5,884.59 


19,494.06 


26,475.68 


3,741.46 


21,150.24 


4,613.66 


110,428.59 


73,620.51 


20,954.56 


11,195.92 


26,157.43 


20,807.12 


20,851.31 


12,515.61 


494,198.16 


115,857.97 


26,839.15 


30,689.98 


52,633.11 


24,548.58 


42,001.55 


17.129.27 


1,716,338.57 


263,117.16 


44,822.36 


61,952.86 


251,274.77 


81,860.81 


96,382. 30| 39.920.10 


8.8 


13.9 


28.3 


13.9 


44.4 


6.7 


13.6 


4.1 



230 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Thames- 
ville 
833 


Thedford 
595 


Thorn- 
dale 
P.V. 


Thorold 
5,001 


Tilbury 


Population 


1,980 






Assets 
Lands and buildings. . 


$ c. 
681.69 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,195.09 


$ c. 
969.46 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


12,851.54 


9,648.96 


3,586.56 


41,318.91 


16,346.60 


5,364.88 
4,269.88 
2,267.33 


3,500.60 

2,658.97 

903.22 


1,595.95 

1,840.53 

181.19 


20,426.42 

22,096.76 

3,128.58 


12,783.84 


Meters 


7,610.48 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . . 


1,042.37 


554.86 


1,542.41 


310.45 


4,069.99 

13,388.68 

3,800.00 


1,630.60 


Old plant .... 


4,445.68 


433.78 




3,049.47 








Total plant 


30,435.86 

2,826.73 
5,000.00 
1,034.53 


18,687.94 

3,036.26 

2,500.00 

476.91 


7,514.68 
2,447.39 


118,424.43 

17,763.27 

20,000.00 

599.69 

3,328.48 


43,432.82 


Bank and cash balance 


4,663.97 


Securities and investments . . 


15,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


910.60 


1,646.30 


Inventories 


4.31 


Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


16,446.32 


8,888.10 


8,072.97 


93,528.88 


43,411.73 














Total assets 


55,743.44 


33,589.21 


18,945.64 


253,644.75 


108,159.13 


Deficit 
















Total 


55,743.44 


33,589.21 


18,945.64 


253,644.75 


108,159. 13 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance . . 




2,637.36 


811.29 
.56 




3,028.26 


Accounts payable . 


1.93 


4,582.25 


102.24 


Bank overdraft . . 






Other liabilities 


280.00 


27.31 


45.57 


2,250.63 


202.18 






Total liabilities 


281.93 


2,664.67 


857.42 


6,832.88 


3,332.68 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


16,446.32 

9,652.54 

157.94 


8,888.10 
4,425.56 


8,072.97 

4,180.53 

22.88 


93,528.88 
34,124.17 


43,411.73 
15,739.94 


Other reserves . . 


132.88 










Total reserves 


26,256.80 


13,313.66 


12,276.38 


127,653.05 


59,284.55 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


11,187.80 


13,862.64 


2,275.19 


5,000.00 


10,971.74 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


18,016.91 


3,748.24 


3,536.65 


114,158.82 


34,570.16 






Total surplus 


29,204.71 


17,610.88 


5,811.84 


119,158.82 


45,541.90 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


55,743.44 


33,589.21 


18,945.64 


253,644.75 


108,159.13 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


0.7 


10.8 


7.9 


4.2 


5.1 



*As in the case of other municipalities listed in Statements "A" and "B", the figures for Toronto 
give effect to the annual adjustment of the cost of power for the year ended October 31, 1939. 

In the case of Toronto this adjustment is a credit balance of $56,605.16. In the reports issued 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



231 



• 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Tillsonburg 
3,945 


Toronto* 
647,803 


Toronto 
Twp. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Wallaceburg 
4,715 


Wardsville 
236 


$ c. 

4,824 27 


$ c. 
5,494,100.74 
14,639,448.93 
6,749,819.18 
4,145,396.68 
3,736,789.12 
3,255,329.55 
503,673.49 


$ c. 
6,736.78 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
45,164.98 
11,325.11 
59,889.14 


$ c. 


21,248 71 








49,582.16 


198,934.35 


23,409.56 


12,143.84 


5,227.32 


20,794.23 
21,505.44 
12,300.77 


71,585.64 

40,156.40 

4,310.03 


10,237.65 
5,152.37 


2,495.54 
1,674.86 


36,273.56 
22,561.23 
11,504.94 


1,501.32 

1,308.68 

639.94 










4,308.98 


2,544,749.11 


7,699.30 


1,551.07 


343.16 


3,520.24 


503.73 




3,570,474.01 


619.65 






20,941.07 


193.94 










134,564.56 

50.00 
4,000.00 


44,639,780.81 

1,024,878.24 
1,116,847.82 
2,573,335.28 
586,190.80 
8,335,070.53 
17,661,429.52 


330,042 . 15 

17,387.15 

10,000.00 

3,240.11 


40,350.65 

2,371.68 

4,000.00 

368.14 


16,657.40 

1,344.00 

6,000.00 

161.34 


211,180.27 

9,570.68 
20,000.00 
11,032.61 

9,243.56 


9,374.93 
1,400.69 


8,299.77 
4,268 . 12 


1,248.74 












82,416.37 


102,843.54 
32.33 


3,550.12 


1,127.54 


175,363.68 


3,439.58 














233,598.82 


75,937,533.00 


463,545.28 


50,640.59 


25,290.28 


436,390.80 


15,463.94 
















233,598.82 


75,937,533.00 


463,545.28 


50,640.59 


25,290.28 


436,390.80 


15,463.94 


2,874 15 

531 77 

2,647.41 


18,428,890.02 
1,603,938.19 


27,638.93 
9,315.86 


5,866.15 
130.51 


9,461.15 

108.78 


24,396.50 
139.38 


1,278.58 
47.74 


3,831 95 


145,627.31 


3,083.22 






2,487.84 












9,885.28 


20,178,455.52 


40,038.01 


5,996.66 


9,569.93 


27,023.72 


1,326.32 


82,416.37 

34,660.86 

858.11 


17,661,429.52 
9,760,289.90 
1,223,229.27 


102,843.54 

127,477.64 

568.98 


3,550.12 
18,159.41 


1,127.54 
3,126.65 


175,363.68 

55,329.63 

1,347.03 


3,439.58 

3,271.75 

25.22 










117,935 34 


28,644,948.69 


230,890.16 


21,709.53 


4,254.19 


232,040.34 


6,736.55 


33,125.85 


15,933,178.35 
8,335,070.53 
2,845,879.91 


76,361.07 


13,560.26 




47,140.08 


6,283.82 








72,652 35 


116,256.04 


9,374.14 


11,466.16 


130,186.66 


1,117.25 


105,778 20 


27,114,128.79 


192,617.11 


22,934.40 


11,466.16 


177,326.74 


7,401.07 


233,598.82 


75,937,533.00 


463,545.28 


50,640.59 


25,290.28 


436,390.80 


15,463.94 


6.5 23.7 11.1 12.7 39.6 10.3 


11.0 



by the Toronto Hydro-Electric System, such adjustment will be made in the subsequent year in 
accordance with The Hvdro-Electric Power Commission's general authorization dated January 25, 
1940. 



232 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Water- 
down 
904 


Water- 
ford 
1,216 


Waterloo 

8,524 


f 
Watford j Welland 

964 11,072 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
200.00 


$ c. 
1,273.13 


$ c. 
14,454.37 
65,571.54 
96,969.52 


$ c. 


$ c. 
75,313.71 


Substation equipment . 


17,520.96 


103,122.24 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


16,702.33 


16,499.47 


137,207.42 
8,162.14 


Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . . 


7,232.38 

6,601.59 

981.61 


8,148.64 
6,836.68 
3,231.62 


52,544.06 

39,776.38 

14,218.91 

3,106.80 

7,391.05 


7,018.62 
5,683.39 
2,169.05 


62,299.66 

62,421.42 

4,334.01 

36,513.75 


86.58 


851.19 


2,141.81 


11,302.86 


Old plant . . 






23,880.17 


657.44 


49,792 . 69 










Total plant 


31,804.49 
6,671.97 


36,840.73 

1,759.97 

5,300.00 

698.57 


317,912.80 

14,238.89 

35,000.00 

1,454.43 

923.17 


35,191.27 
1,795.22 


550.469.90 


Bank and cash balance 


29.378.37 


Securities and investments . 


5,800.001 9,928.43 


Accounts receivable 


1,298.94 


3,319.021 8,596.48 


Inventories 


224.64 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








*76,194.65 

283,401.21 

75.41 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


21,413.58 


30,094.93 


245,077.62 


21,730.36 












Total assets 


61,188.98 


74,694.20 


614,606.91 


68,060.51 970,741.89 


Deficit 














Total 


61,188.98 


74,694.20 


614,606.91 


68,060.51' 970.741.89 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance . . 






7,888.49 
679.06 




122,394.63 


Accounts payable 




86.50 




547.81 


Bank overdraft . 








Other liabilities . . 


125.80 




3,106.80 


301.41 


44,821.13 








Total liabilities. 


125.80 


86.50 


11,674.35 


301.41 


167,763.57 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


21,413.58 
8,534.46 


30,094.93 
12,736.32 


245,077.62 

139,519.56 

385.26 


21,730.36 

10,153.29 

120.16 


283,401.21 
154,648.66 


Other reserves . . . 


3,132.56 










Total reserves 


29,948.04 


42,831.25 


384,982.44 


32,003.81 


441.182.43 






Surplus 

Debentures paid . . . 


8,000.00 


7,745.53 


98,111.51 


9,713.21 


152,605.37 


Local sinking fund 


*76,194.65 


Operating surplus 


23,115.14 


24,030.92 


119,838.61 


26,042.08 


132,995.87 






Total surplus 


31,115.14 


31,776.45 


217,950.12 


35,755.29 


361,795.89 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


61,188.98 


74,694.20 


614,606.91 


68,060. 51 i 970,741.89 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


0.3 


0.1 


2.3 


0.7 9.6 



'Interest improvement for 1938-39 not included. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



233 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 
837 


Weston 
5.099 


Wheatley 

760 


Windsor 
103,813 


Woodbridge 
830 


Woodstock 
11,418 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
11,903.31 
62,127.55 
62,139.27 


S c. 


$ c. 

492,247.62 

1,074,050.78 

1,255,264.66 

144,172.24 

552,304.83 

512,250.01 

75,300.67 

1,021,495.33 

195,617.56 


$ c. 


$ c. 
40,007.94 










121,732.82 


7,422.83 


12,023.17 


16,334.74 


17,492.79 


123,396.58 


2,175.97 

2,757.45 

545.11 


4,924.79 

3,792.88 

824.14 


41,115.68 

27,077.00 
30,018.90 


4,406.73 
4,368.12 
1,807.14 


6,624.62 

5,064.18 

574.03 


68,436.54 
61,126.18 
21,283.69 


266.85 


347.14 


10,943.82 


981.61 


1,257.69 


9,108.27 




1,250.00 




2,569.50 


167,429.04 














13,168 21 

3,032.84 
1,000.00 


23,162.12 
3,824.93 


245,325.53 

212.88 


30,467.84 

3,401.61 

5,500.00 

1,759.76 

61.92 


5,490,132.74 

205,257.05 
619,952.17 
228,633.94 
154,702.19 
53,693.97 
2,846,439.01 


31,013.31 
3,137.39 


445,092.02 

14,646.65 
84,000.00 


946 00 


241.00 
95.90 


1,284.42 
249.91 


2,197.87 


4,903.75 
558 . 51 






15,522 . 74 


15,496.79 


23,894.12 


220,636.54 


12,510.58 


28,656.65 


373.021.85 
















33,643.84 


51,218.07 


467,709.28 


53,701.71 


9,598,811.07 


65,005.22 


937,745.52 
















33,643 84 


51,218.07 


467,709.28 


53,701.71 


9,598,811.07 


65,005.22 


937,745.52 






16,573.22 

10,225.64 

3,088.60 

2,737.88 


3,813.01 
642.30 


857,432.08 
95,069.58 


2,921.59 
611.20 


17,400 00 


6.50 




914.68 










128.10 


30.00 


1,106,946.12 


484.51 


7,632 51 






6.50 


128.10 


32,625.34 


4,485.31 


2,059,447.78 


4,017.30 


25,947.19 


15,496.79 
3, 97 V. 97 


23,894.12 

8,876.38 

72.57 


220,636.54 

40,480.10 

622.75 


12,510.58 

6,384.69 

48.46 


2,846,439.01 

1,127,260.93 

327,492.58 


28,656.65 
10,474.51 


373,021.85 

195,125.40 

17,324 34 








19,474.76 


32,843.07 


261,739.39 


18,943.73 


4,301,192.52 


39,131.16 


585,471.59 


7,500.00 


8,000.00 


53,459.22 


9,186.99 


1,726,399.97 

53,693.97 

1,458,076.83 


5,578.38 


109,985.63 
15,522 . 74 


6,662.58 


10,246.90 


119,885.33 


21,085.68 


16,278.38 


200,818.37 


14,162.58 


18,246.90 


173,344.55 


30,272.67 


3,238,170.77 


21,856.76 


326,326.74 


33,643 84 


51,218.07 

i 


467,709.28 


53,701.71 


9,598,811.07 


65,005.22 


937,745.52 


0.0 


0.5 


13.2 


10.9 


17.3 


11.1 


1.9 



234 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Deaprtments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Wyoming 
516 


York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,263,364 48 


Substation equipment 








21,656,063.68 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground .... 


9,464.43 


687,470.63 


7,207.33 


18,685,756.01 
5,737,267.21 


Line transformers 


1,493.02 

2,776.05 

336.65 




2,237.83 

2,538.35 

471.82 


9,106,649.57 


Meters 




7,901,897.66 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental .... 


50,782.57 


1,954,679.90 
1,516.692.62 


Miscellaneous construction expense .... 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


860.50 


16,837.72 


265.81 


3,650,428.35 
24,030.23 


Old plant 






150.00 


4,344,531.45 










Total plant 


14,930.65 
1,421.74 


755,090.92 
190,079.61 


12,871.14 

1,473.96 
4,000.00 
1,178.92 


83,841,361.16 


Bank and cash balance 


2,485,610.34 


Securities and investments. . 


3,007,093.06 


Accounts receivable 


379.87 




4.155,920.01 


Inventories ... 




1,278,427.36 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








9,968,222.68 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 


7,763.76 


582,715.07 
14,260.21 


12,379.36 


42,131,257.65 


Other assets 


129,457.99 










Total assets 

Deficit 


24,496.02 


1,542,145.81 


31,903.38 


146,997,350.25 
1.443.65 












Total 


24,496.02 


1,542,145.81 


31,903.38 


146.998,793.90 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 




187,166.50 


2,473.57 
78.45 


25,314,393.64 


Accounts payable. . , 


724.05 


2,709,129.05 


Bank overdraft 




86,461.79 


Other liabilities 


40.00 




25.00 


2,839,019.84 








Total liabilities 


764.05 


187,166.50 


2,577.02 


30,949,004.32 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


7,763.76 
4,610.28 


582,715.07 
243,307.57 


12,379.36 
6,508.95 


42.131,257.65 
19,781,547.49 


Other reserves 


2.423.935.34 












Total reserves 


12,374.04 


826,022.64 


18,888.31 


64.336,740.48 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


9,700.00 


302,208.15 


3,118.04 


27,893,589.53 


Local sinking fund 


9,968,222 . 68 


Operating surplus 


1,657.93 


226,748.52 


7,320.01 


13.851,236.89 






Total surplus 


11,357.93 


528,956.67 


10,438.05 


51,713,049.10 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


24,496.02 


1,542,145.81 


31,903.38 


146,998,793.90 


Percentage of net debt to total assets .... 


4.6 


19.5 


13.2 


21.0 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



235 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 












Alliston 
1,405 


Arthur 
1,017 


Barrie 
8,310 


Beaverton 
955 


Beeton 
571 


Bradford 
989 


Brechin 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
16,536.84 
15,313.30 
65,933.99 
66,437.67 
43,812.69 
47,879.12 
11,968.72 


$ c. 
299.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


675 . 73 




428.50 
11,865.81 


388.50 
20,206.53 




28,194.49 


17,755.01 


24,971.87 


1,997.56 


7,735.37 
7,400.26 
1,549.02 


4,362.24 

4,269.38 

796.21 


8,309.64 
6,827.23 
1,286.94 


2,565.19 
2,269.41 
1,169.54 


4,770.65 

4,844.58 

544.95 


1,266.71 
741.31 
248.55 


2,689.57 


316.32 


13,564.66 


2,464.44 


1,573.57 


2,041.59 


546.92 


7,846.49 


1,086.62 




3,772.42 


















56,090.93 
5,928.06 


28,585.78 
2,476.18 


281,446.99 


47,932.04 

3,034.50 
7,000.00 
1,332.32 


19,872.02 
4,809.62 


32,796.80 

7,738.23 
1,000.00 
1,115.01 


4,801.05 
1,378.59 








1,902.19 
17.95 


385.11 
75.00 


29,919.96 


709.84 


710.70 














21,524.64 
552.74 


18,388.91 
310.00 


139,016.26 
9,761.86 


19,538.37 
69.83 


14,739.04 


17,087.18 
47.65 


7,358.03 








86,016.51 


50,220.98 
9,974.06 


460,145.07 


78,907.06 


40,130.52 


59,784.87 


14,248.37 














86,016.51 


60,195.04 


460,145.07 


78,907.06 


40,130.52 


59,784.87 


14,248.37 


15,578.24 
89.69 


12,333.26 


12,946.95 

21,337.16 

4,163.93 

4,178.62 


2,706.72 
197.68 


6,935.61 
54.17 


11,970.83 
560.67 


1,434.53 








32.70 


310.00 


549.59 




165.00 


14.85 








15,700.63 


12,643.26 


42,626.66 


3,453.99 


6,989.78 


12,696.50 


1,449.38 


21,524.64 
19,041.31 


18,388.91 
16,496.13 


139,016.26 

92,097.92 

4,823.41 


19,538.37 

15,099.85 

209.62 


14,739.04 

9,610.51 

278.90 


17,087.18 

12,655.97 

125.00 


7,358.03 
2,190.47 








40,640.95 


34,885.04 


235,937.59 


34,847.84 


24,628.45 


29,868.15 


9,598.50 


24,421.76 


12,666.74 


52,418.73 


12,293.28 


8,064.39 


13,229.17 


1,776.39 


5,253.17 




129,162.09 


28,311.95 


447.90 


3,991.05 


1,424.10 








29,674.93 


12,666.74 


181,580.82 


40,605.23 


8,512.29 


17,220.22 


3,200.49 


86,016.51 


60,195.04 


460,145.07 


78,907.06 


40,130.52 


59,784.87 


14,248.37 


24.3 


39.7 


13.3 


5.8 


27.5 


29.7 


21.0 



236 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Canning- 
ton 
756 


Chats- 
worth 
337 


Chesley 
1,743 


Coldwater 
612 


Colling- 


Population 


wood 
5,322 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
364.89 


$ c. 

6,000.00 

2,305.58 

21,188.95 


$ c. 
275.00 


$ c. 
15,950 08 


Substation equipment 




11,203 24 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


11,604.10 


5,271.55 


9,184.80 


51,179.45 


Line transformers 


4,487.88 

4,876.84 

988.37 


1,939.05 

1,750.05 

529.17 


7,311.13 
7,391.35 
1,441.82 


3,239.61 

3,073.91 

775.02 


19,161.96 


Meters 


23,527.16 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


2,789.26 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


636.63 


513.41 


3,658.48 


279.44 


2,151.91 


Old plant 


3,609.37 




















Total plant 


26,203.19 

2,157.07 

1,000.00 

740.23 

233.19 


10,368.12 
2,350.96 


49,297.31 

15.00 

5,000.00 

516.91 

373.59 


16,827.78 

106.44 
4,000.00 
2,298.44 


125,963.06 


Bank and cash balance 


2,354 64 


Securities and investments 


24,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


835.14 


4,736.76 


Inventories 


51.58 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


14,748.50 
415.66 


4,130.36 


33,894.05 
524.59 


14,314.12 
86.35 


128,589.15 








Total assets 


45,497.84 


17,684.58 


89,621.45 


37,633.13 


285,695. 19 


Deficit 














Total 


45,497.84 


17,684.58 


89,621.45 


37,633.13 


285 695 19 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,525.94 
132.09 






1,688.13 
16.95 




Accounts payable 


365.50 


505.65 
671.64 


418 98 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


49.00 


102.13 


214.87 


2 134 08 






Total liabilities 


3,707.03 


467.63 


1,177.29 


1,919.95 


2 553 06 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


14,748.50 

11,579.02 

131.13 


4,130.36 
3,528.13 


33,894.05 
19,789.24 


14,314.12 

9,762.12 

54.56 


128,589. 15 
59 539 90 


Other reserves 


312.82 










Total reserves 


26,458.65 


7,658.49 


53,683.29 


24,130.80 


188,441 87 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


11,474.06 


5,400.00 


27,500.00 


5,311.87 


38,183.42 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus-. 


3,858.10 


4,158.46 


7,260.87 


6,270.51 


56,516.84 






Total surplus 


15,332.16 


9,558.46 


34,760.87 


11,582.38 


94,700 26 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


45,497.84 


17,684.58 


89,621.45 


37,633.13 


285,695. 19 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


12.1 


3.5 


2.1 


8.2 


1.6 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



237 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Cookstown 
P.V. 


Creemore 
615 


Dundalk 
700 


Durham 
1,864 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
455 


$ c 
70. 0C 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 

56.59 

546.02 

22,847.15 


$ c 

106.25 

2,273.07 

9,963.26 


$ c 


$ c. 

408 78 


392.95 











9,674.04 


7,644.47 


8,515.79 


5,121.63 


5,938.38 


2,512.10 

2,321.91 

902.02 


3,676.20 

3,262.37 

358.56 


4,041.90 
2,926.54 
1,203.31 


8,344.09 
7,755.02 
1,545.06 


4,517.64 
3,887.98 

447.17 


1,100.67 

1,219.59 

342.71 


2,454.59 

2,416.65 

737.26 


1,535.19 


9.38 


292.57 


1,507.85 


514.44 


1,093.62 


1,028.29 








2,091.39 




















17,408.21 

3,554.28 

3,000.00 

794.82 


14,950.98 

2,261.34 

3,000.00 

703.68 


16,980.11 

2,830.40 

3,000.00 

103.62 

6.50 


44,693.17 

3,516.12 

7,000.00 

745.68 

841 . 12 


21,709.81 

2,756.83 

2,500.00 

244.62 


8,878.22 

385.74 

3,000.00 

75.00 


12,983.95 

1,321.05 

4,000.00 

447.02 












4,999.26 


11,216.30 


11,672.06 


29,403.83 
51.85 


14,371.66 
117.40 


3,838.93 


6,274.28 












29,756.57 


32,132.30 


34,592.69 


86,251.77 


41,700.32 


16,177.89 


25,026.30 
















29,756.57 


32,132.30 


34,592.69 


86,251.77 


41,700.32 


16,177.89 


25,026.30 


4,428.21 








1,240.02 
97.63 




1,914.70 


1.00 


47.19 


292.85 


22.41 


15.17 


1,022.04 


50.00 


220.00 






70.63 
















4,479.21 


267.19 


292.85 


22.41 


1,408.28 


15.17 


2,936.74 


4,999.26 
7,963.27 


11,216.30 
5,711.51 


11,672.06 
6,270.26 


29,403.83 
14,819.43 


14,371.66 

10,052.42 

50.00 


3,838.93 
2,927.90 


6,274.28 

4,095.70 

345.24 














12,962.53 


16,927.81 


17,942.32 


44,223.26 


24,474.08 


6,766.83 


10,715.22 


9,071.79 


2,823.61 


5,955.96 


25,800.00 


5,759.98 


7,200.00 


4,785.30 


3,243.04 


12,113.69 


10,401.56 


16,206.10 


10,057.98 


2,195.89 


6,589.04 


12,314.83 


14,937.30 


16,357.52 


42,006.10 


15,817.96 


9,395.89 


11,374.34 


29,756.57 


32,132.30 


34,592.69 


86,251.77 


41,700.32 


16,177.89 


25,026.30 


18.1 


13 


13 


0.0 


5.2 


0.1 


15.7 



238 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



statement 

Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Grand 

Valley 

605 


Graven- 
hurst 
2,135 


Hanover 
3,215 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 


Population 


2,770 






Assets 
Lands and buildings . 


$ c. 
36.50 


$ c. 
10,072.27 
10,986.03 
36,366.04 

1,941.77 
14,158.11 
12,377.55 

4,472.25 


$ c. 

3,001.32 

9,271.19 

50,524.87 


$ c. 


$ c. 
353.52 


Substation equipment 




647.30 


Distribution system — overhead — 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


11,540.48 


2,206.85 


21,793.54 


2,179.63 
3,336.31 

987.12 


20,396.84 

17,304.95 

2,350.30 


685.79 
666.48 
170.44 


11,126.34 


Meters 


12,383.56 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant . 


7,361.53 


219.74 


2,833.21 


6,614.91 


188.31 


983.31 


Old plant 




18,130.29 


2,370.91 




5,156.20 










Total plant 


18,299.78 

2,366.97 

5,128.60 

216.27 


111,337.52 
4,276.63 


111,835.29 

1,025.67 

30,676.80 

3,166.84 

216.29 


3,917.87 

918.48 

1,500.00 

130.35 


59,805.30 


Bank and cash balance 


3,504.11 


Securities and investments. . . . 


10,074.18 


Accounts receivable 


2,533.02 
771.63 


1,191.72 


Inventories 


2,855.83 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


11,408.41 


25,902.27 
517.80 


76,985.29 
556.38 


2,543.47 


54,729.86 










Total assets . . 


37,420.03 


145,338.87 


224,462.56 


9,010.17 


132,161.00 


Deficit 
















Total 


37,420.03 


145,338.87 


224,462.56 


9,010.17 


132,161.00 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 






3,792.14 
1,258.13 






Accounts payable 


1,506.90 


13,712.21 




3,169.72 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 




662.50 


19.00 




925.07 












1,506.90 


14,374.71 


5,069.27 




4,094.79 








Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


11,408.41 
8,565.44 


25,902.27 

24,846.40 

784.48 


76,985.29 
56,086 81 


2,543.47 
1,750.55 


54,729.86 
13,151.12 


Other reserves 


3,631.38 












Total reserves 


19,973.85 


51,533.15 


133,072.10 


4,294.02 


71,512.36 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


11,000.00 


63,968.41 


83,707.86 


2,762.05 


21,133.54 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


4,939.28 


15,462.60 


2,613.33 


1,954.10 


35,420.31 






Total surplus 


15,939.28 


79,431.01 


86,321 . 19 


4,716.15 


56,553.85 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


37,420.03 


145,338.87 


224,462.56 


9,010.17 


132,161.00 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


5.8 


12.0 


3.4 


0.0 


5.3 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



239 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Kincardine 
2,464 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


Lucknow 
1,034 


Markdale 
781 


Meaford 
2,811 


Midland 
6,669 


Mildmay 
754 


$ c 
6,531.80 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 

1,144.18 

3,849.47 

32,666.95 


$ c 
19,983.57 
85,138.20 
96,272.90 


$ c. 


2,794.20 






780. 8C 
10,710.31 




44,125.02 


5,157.99 


18,236. 9S 


6,103.22 


12,513.87 

12,029.22 

6.016.81 


557.90 
737.11 
379.00 


5,825.72 
5,146.65 
1,475.15 


5,216.12 
4,183.85 
1,390.15 


8,489.97 
8,788.05 
3,307.87 


26,366.59 
39,112.61 
19,278.84 


1,657.05 

2,926.73 

561.88 


5,124.80 


234.11 


2,342.39 


613.15 


2,602.12 


4,189.36 


881.42 








2,080.65 


3,452.38 




849.00 












89,135.72 
6.061.80 


7,066.11 
137.94 


33,026.90 

3,554.67 
3,000.00 
1,625.72 


24,975.03 

1,213.85 

4,255.13 

541.56 


64,300.99 

1,029.93 

15,000.00 

778.18 


290,342.07 

11,198.69 

40,932.13 

4,013.46 

2,862.66 


12,979.30 

1,757.41 
2,500.00 


3,047.84 
1,552.57 


375.86 


482.70 














38.944.47 
620.24 


3,014.96 


18,117.63 


9,518.46 


27,196.13 


205,145.99 
820.91 


2,562.23 
298.75 














139,362.64 


10,594.87 
1,863.14 


59,324.92 


40,504.03 


108,305.23 


555,315.91 


20,580.39 














139,362.64 


12,458.01 


59,324 92 


40,504.03 


108,305.23 


555,315.91 


20,580.39 


7,805.21 




3,745.77 
1,246.90 


3,215.76 
676.34 


18,065.06 
97.73 




9,408 . 14 


15.38 


31.77 


1,621.16 














22.00 


1,129.26 


855.03 












7,820.59 


31.77 


4,992.67 


3,914.10 


19,292.05 


2,476.19 


9,408.14 


38,944.47 

29,463.23 

177.29 


3,014.96 

3,336.28 

75.00 


18,117.63 
8,971.49 


9,518.46 
7,689.23 


27,196.13 

14,066.93 

55.12 


205,145.99 

169,666.88 

2,151.72 


2,562.23 
1,681.00 










68,584.99 


6,426.24 


27,089.12 


17,207.69 


41,318.18 


376,964.59 


4,243.23 


56,394.79 


6,000.00 


15,977.59 


5,784.24 


31,295.14 


111,944.99 


2,895.36 


6,562.27 




11,265.54 


13,598.00 


16,399.86 


63,930.14 


4,033.66 








62,957.06 


6,000.00 


27,243.13 


19,382.24 


47,695.00 


175,875.13 


6,929.02 


139,362.64 


12,458.01 


59,324.92 


40,504.03 


108,305.23 


555,315.91 


20,580.39 


7.8 


0.4 


12.1 


12.6 


23.8 


0.7 


52.2 



240 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Mount 
Forest 
1,840 


Neustadt 
455 


Orange- 
ville 
2,660 


Owen 


Paislev 


Population 


Sound 

13,411 729 






Assets 
Lands and buildings . .... 


3,725.00 

686.75 

23,224.98 




2,585.07 

1,169.00 

35,084.16 


26,266.33 

15,131.59 

112,893.32 




Substation equipment 




1,923.46 


Distribution system — overhead — 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


10,388.49 


11,789.96 


7,581.19 
8,318.04 
2,397.89 


4,146.92 

2,368.43 

496.41 


9,469.03 

13,368.06 

7,532.55 


52,279.61 
61,279.57 
30,426.80 


1,738.46 


Meters 


3,252.07 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,045.51 


2,156.84 


1,506.10 


6,448.82 


3,259.51 
33,282.00 


757.60 


Old plant 


3,810.95 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 




1.745.00 




i 


Total plant 


51,901.64 

1,238.52 

4,000.00 

497.59 

18.00 


20,003.95 

3,465.65 

2,000.00 

301.38 

22.39 


78,861.68 

1,538.90 

11,500.00 

988.05 

287.61 


334,818.73 

100.00 
27,000.00 
10,040.39 
11,063.98 


22,252.06 


Bank and cash balance 


3,554.90 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


2,000.00 
620.41 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


30,104.10 


6,184.85 


41,006.49 
507.40 


192,476.02 


10,230.99 












Total assets 


87,759.85 


31,978.22 
1,212.09 


134,690.13 


575,499.12 


38,658.36 


Deficit 














Total 


87,759.85 


33,190.31 


134,690.13 


575,499.12 


38,658.36 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


7,106.95 
1,500.00 


493.60 
5.80 


88.91 
482.66 




4,692.96 


Accounts payable 


3,289.43 

664.50 

4,990.18 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 




10.00 


23.25 


41.27 










8,606.95 


509.40 


594.82 


8,944.11 


4,734 23 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


30,104.10 
20,317.88 


6,184.85 
9,989.66 


41,006.49 
27,170.92 


192,476.02 
76,371.89 
10,922.95 


10,230.99 
6,082.17 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


50,421.98 


16,174.51 


68,177.41 


279,770.86 


16,313.16 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


23,851.65 


16,506.40 


35,811.09 


141,000.00 


11,307.04 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


4,879.27 




30,106.81 


145,784.15 


6,303.93 








Total surplus 


28,730.92 


16,506.40 


65,917.90 


286,784.15 


17,610.97 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


87,759.85 


33,190.31 


134,690.13 


575,499.12 


38,658.36 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


14.9 


2.0 


0.6 


2.3 


16.7 



194G 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



241 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Penetan- 

guishene 

4,094 


Port 
Elgin 
1,321 


Port 

McNicoll 

905 


Port 
Perry 
1,128 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 

442 


Rosseau 
305 


$ c. 
2,288.05 


$ c. 
111.25 


$ c. 
369.08 


$ c. 


$ c. 
68.00 


$ c. 


S c. 


7,106.39 


2,564.65 
19,823.99 






48,841.21 


27,232.00 


9,449.58 


5,242.18 


10,037.32 


7,482.82 


19,892.83 

14,270.90 

3,829.44 


6,966.57 
7,450.10 
2,270.59 


1,400.23 

2,866.00 

652.98 


5,099.65 
4,583.85 
1,695.79 


802.15 
470.60 
256.88 


3,693.93 

1,799.86 

844.33 


2,204.63 

1,202.64 

623.60 


1,173.74 


421.66 


747.79 


145.69 


833.90 


1,219.84 


1,281.68 




4,213.00 
























97,402.56 
2,253.31 


48,665.17 

3,665.48 

10,000.00 

306.41 


15,485.66 
1,033.78 


33,913.62 


7,673.71 
817.55 


17,595.28 
3,407.87 


12,795.37 
1,571.87 


872 14 


9,000.00 
924.80 




5,109.08 
59.46 


95.83 


.31 


377.15 


198.57 
















59,394.22 
68 59 


9,383.85 
388.13 


5,909.15 


16,014.89 


896.73 


7,147.33 


3,033.30 














165,159.36 


72,409.04 


22,524.42 


59,853.31 


9,388.30 
1,289.59 


28,527.63 


17,599.11 
398 42 














165,159.36 


72,409.04 


22,524.42 


59,853.31 


10,677.89 


28,527.63 


17,997.53 


3,849.17 
261 33 


27,994.01 
4,024.59 


380.40 
59.82 


9,434.39 


493.60 
99.50 


7,566.49 
41.47 


10,534.93 




355.79 
622.00 




481.75 




108.40 




228.83 


30.00 










4,592.25 


32,018.60 


548.62 


10,412.18 


593.10 


7,836.79 


10,564.93 


59,394.22 

40,288.08 

1,600.00 


9,383.85 
7,622.48 


5,909.15 
5,109.50 


16,014.89 
10,065.92 


896.73 
2,681.66 


7,147.33 
5,931.81 


3.033.30 
1.934.23 
















101,282.30 


17,006.33 


11,018.65 


26,080.81 


3,578.39 


13,079.14 


4.967.53 


33,133.78 


14,005.99 


6,919.60 


10,447.27 


6,506.40 


6,405.45 


2.465.07 


26,151.03 


9,378.12 


4,037.55 


12,913.05 




1,206.25 










59,284.81 


23,384.11 


10,957.15 


23,360.32 


6,506.40 


7,611.70 


2.465.07 


165,159.36 


72,409.04 


22,524.42 


59,853.31 


10,677.89 


28,527.63 


17.997.53 


4.3 


58.0 


3.3 


23 7 


7.0 


36.7 


72.5 



242 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Deaprtments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Shelburne 
1,043 


Southamp- 
ton 
1,441 


Stayner 
1,043 


Sunder- 
land 
P.V. 


Tara 


Population 


474 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

800.00 

566.60 

15,029.39 


$ c. 
25.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


Substation equipment 


200.00 
15,917.42 






Distribution system — overhead — 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


26,056.80 


4,284.74 


11,308.58 


6,723.62 
6,673.45 
1,104.49 


7,377.19 
8,995.98 
2,534.08 


6,272.61 
6,474.32 
1,017.64 


1,677.23 

2,259.63 

627.74 


2,752.91 


Meters 


1,901.43 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant . 


2,721.65 


2,226.98 


661.75 


415.88 


175.82 


1,415.89 


Old plant 


739.50 


2,477.00 




2,030.00 










Total plant 


33,864.03 

508.70 

7,500.00 

279.56 


48,127.80 

1,009.47 

1,000.00 

354.37 


30,297.87 

1,014.46 

4,000.00 

596.55 


11,055.16 
1,501.68 


20,100.46 


Bank and cash balance 


3,649.43 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


461.61 


30.00 






Sinking fund on local debentures . . 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


17,888.79 
135.00 


8,231.17 
225.02 


15,424.17 


9,723.53 
76.12 


7,936.73 








Total assets . 


60,176.08 


58,947.83 


51,333.05 


22,818.10 


31,716.62 


Deficit 


224 . 46 














Total ; 


60,176.08 


58,947.83 


51,333.05 


22,818.10 


31,941.08 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




14,784.22 
321.09 






634.59 


Accounts payable 


271.77 


155.66 


26.14 


68.62 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


61.45 


11.84 


235.00 


5.00 








Total liabilities 


333.22 


15,117.15 


390.66 


31.14 


703.21 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


17,888.79 
15,367.09 


8,231.17 
5,384.38 


15,424.17 

12,749.26 

49.46 


9,723.53 
5,113.44 


7,936.73 
8,435.73 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


33,255.88 


13,615.55 


28,222.89 


14,836.97 


16,372.46 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


19,920.00 


18,215.71 


9,867.59 


6,800.00 


14,865.41 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus.-. . . . 


6,666.98 


11,999.42 


12,851.91 


1,149.99 








Total surplus 


26,586.98 


30,215.13 


22,719.50 


7,949.99 


14,865.41 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


60,176.08 


58,947.83 


51,333.05 


22,818.10 


31,941.08 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


0.1 


29.8 


1.1 


0.2 


2.9 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



243 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Teeswater 
842 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 
557 


Uxbridge 
1,509 


Victoria 

Harbour 

1,023 


Walkerton 
2,463 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


S c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

40.00 

2,657.65 

15,278.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


330 31 




358.50 
8,880.25 








17,720.49 


6,508.60 


10,100.82 


42,078.04 


9,674.61 


5,362.15 
3,799.38 
1,488.82 


1,015.06 
950.63 
433.25 


1,376.38 

2,474.09 

466.26 

1,342.62 


4,876.02 
5,601.03 
1,489.77 


1,975.97 

3,273.10 

366.32 


13,173.21 
12,113.73 

2,548.25 


2,673.79 

2,997.92 

303.35 


1,829.49 


300.35 


1,144.43 


655.30 


3,327.82 


321.89 








4,976 86 




286.45 






4,897.60 














35,507.50 

602.72 
2,500.00 


9,207.89 

778.41 


15,184.55 
1,056.06 


31,087.88 
2,024.56 


16,371.51 
2,845.82 


78,138.65 
5,504.12 


15,971.56 
295.54 


1,073.31 


943.61 


678.98 


897.83 
8.27 


851.10 


3,237.63 
1,204.50 


526.35 












11,442.03 


3,148.78 


9,976.30 


16,923.98 
205.56 


6,144.18 


15,364.99 


3,983.36 














51,125.56 


14,078.69 
2,455.61 


26,895.89 
3,028.55 


51,148.08 


26,212.61 


103,449.89 


20,776.81 












51,125 56 


16,534.30 


29,924.44 


51,148.08 


26,212.61 


103,449.89 


20,776.81 


3,635.14 


246.82 
107.38 


4,855.70 
111.35 






44,806.25 
545.63 




.02 


219.53 


574.32 


1,267.49 


39.00 




276.00 


282.00 




174.00 












3,674.16 


354.20 


5,243.05 


501.53 


574.32 


45,525.88 


1,267.49 


11,442.03 
8,817.48 


3,148.78 
5,778.14 


9,976.30 

6,558.85 

34.84 


16,923.98 

7,735.85 

59.80 


6,144.18 
5,987.89 


15,364.99 

9,329.08 

139.57 


3,983.36 

2,716 51 

125.00 










20,259.51 


8,926.92 


16,569.99 


24,719.63 


12,132.07 


24,833.64 


6,824.87 


24,364.86 


7,253.18 


8,111.40 


16,207.59 


6,500.00 


18,193.75 


3,500.00 


2,827.03 






9,719.33 


7,006.22 


14,896.62 


9,184.45 










27,191.89 


7,253.18 


8,111.40 


25,926.92 


13,506.22 


33,090.37 


12,684.45 


51,125.56 


16,534.30 


29,924.44 


51,148.08 


26,212.61 


103,449.89 


20,776.81 


9.3 


2.6 


30.9 


1.5 


2.9 


51.7 


7.5 



244 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system — overhead. . 
Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 



Total plant. 



Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures . 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 



Total assets 
Deficit 



Total 



Liabilities 

Debenture balance 
Accounts payable . 
Bank overdraft . . . 
Other liabilities . . . 



Total liabilities. 



Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 



Surplus 
Debentures paid . . 
Local sinking fund. 
Operating surplus . 



Total surplus 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 
Percentage of net debt to total assets 



Wiarton 
1,723 



$ c 
200.00 



21,477.67 



5,520.77 
6,474.13 
2,781.34 



6,111.60 



2,001.79 



44,567.30 

432.93 

15,000.00 

2,012.33 



12,034.56 



74,047.12 



74,047.12 



28,190.84 
2,486.55 



105.00 



30,782.39 



12,034.56 

5,557.82 

46.30 



17,638.68 



9,209.16 
16,416.89 



25,626.05 



74,047.12 



49.6 



Winder- 
mere 
118 



9,543.60 



3,386.95 

1,130.07 

247.26 



525.65 



14,833.53 
1,776.80 



Wingham 
2,123 



$ c 

21,513.45 

4,863.91 

40,549.75 



17,493.49 

16,028.72 

9,782.66 



4,725.53 
14,711.99 
12,320.02 



141,989.52 



337.49 



2,131.23 



19,079.05 



19,079.05 



9,014.89 
10.75 



9,025.64 



2,131.23 
2,624.11 



4,755.34 



2,748.41 
2,549.66 



5,298.07 



19,079.05 



53.3 



4,000.00 
5,377.43 
5,925.78 



33,661.61 
70.40 



191,024.74 



191,024.74 



25,370.38 

86.11 

1,685.07 

617.50 



27,759.06 



33,661.61 
36,000.11 



69,661.72 



70,735.12 
'22,868.84 



93,603.96 



191,024.74 



17.6 



Woodville 
421 



GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 



3,377.01 



1,995.54 

2,315.99 

521.83 



285.51 



2,182.50 



10,678.38 

202.61 
5,000.00 
1,997.53 



9,506.14 



27,384.66 



27,384.66 



1,173.90 
459.79 



1,633.69 



9,506.14 

2,898.04 

800.00 



13,204.18 



4.326.10 



8,220.69 



12,546.79 



27,384.66 



9.1 



$ c. 

139,182.32 

184,552.89 

1,254,040.75 

68,379.44 

443,711.33 

462,327.45 

157,882.48 

1,342.62 

107,322.17 

47,993.99 

96,428.98 



2.963,164.42 

131,872.34 

285,938.98 

105,536.22 

28,447.90 



1.556,477.57 
16.428.23 



5.087,865.66 
20,445.92 



5.108.311.58 



328.083.36 

&1.989. 87 

7,540.93 

20,046.80 



420,660.96 



1,556,477.57 

1.017,126.40 

27,108.59 



2.600,712.56 



1.236,178.44 



850.759.62 



2.086.938.06 



5.108,311.58 



11.9 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



245 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Alexandria 
1,971 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Arnprior 
4,059 


Athens 
670 


Bath 
343 


Belleville 
14,589 


Bloomfield 
653 


$ c. 
202 00 


$ c. 
169.06 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

41,953.62 

76,540.24 

123,240.80 


$ c. 










410.00 


28,763.14 


3,009.09 


26,626.99 


14,322.22 


6,324.02 


11,086.59 


8,847 70 
7,663 31 
2,233 59 


1,288.37 

1,234.61 

421.12 


9,728.22 

13,713.50 

6,061.40 


2,401.06 

3,204.77 

698.90 


1,376.40 
828.49 
554.37 


33,161.29 
63,148.96 
23,319.45 


2,251.13 
3,126.51 
1,030.14 


5,191.31 


257.43 


757.80 


1,175.77 


727.38 


7,123.39 


1,403.42 


4,466 89 


709.55 
























57,367.94 

2,202 29 
10,000.00 


7,089.23 
1,869.60 


56,887.91 
5,387.78 


21,802.72 

308.62 
3,500.00 
2,161.95 


9,810.66 
69.12 


368,487.75 

23,623.49 
5,000.00 

29,018.98 
9,033.67 


19,307.79 
2,616.91 


5,381.74 


284.84 


5,057.85 
337.43 


41.10 


525.00 












28,672 32 


3,064.15 


1,691.56 


5,593.78 


1,842.44 


153,210.16 


5,574.01 
















103,624 29 


12,307.82 


69,362.53 


33,367.07 


11,763.32 


588,374.05 


28,023.71 
















103,624 29 


12,307.82 


69,362.53 


33,367.07 


11,763.32 


588,374.05 


28,023.71 


3,291.21 


1,101.38 
207.33 


53,730.87 
3,899.28 


8,144.52 


5,721.85 
740.70 




4,216.40 


355.45 


15,787.52 


13.79 








247.51 




1,615.59 




80.00 


8,382.85 


103.00 










3,894.17 


1,308.71 


59,245.74 


8,144.52 


6,542.55 


24,170.37 


4,333 19 


28,672.32 

19,235 42 

567.98 


3,064.15 
2,436.26 


1,691.56 
1,105.00 


5,593.78 

4,616.29 

206.06 


1,842.44 
1,518.00 


153,210.16 

47,943.61 

1,936.78 


5,574.01 
6,019.86 












48,475.72 


5,500.41 


2,796.56 


10,416.13 


3,360.44 


203,090.55 


11,593 87 


44,842 63 


4,898.62 


1,769.13 


5,855.48 


1,778.15 


176,000.00 


6,983.60 


6,411 77 


600.08 


5,551.10 


8,950.94 


82.18 


185,113.13 


5,113.05 


51,254.40 


5,498.70 


7,320.23 


14,806.42 


1,860.33 


361,113.13 


12,096.65 


103,624.29 


12,307.82 


69,362.53 


33,367.07 


11,763.32 


588,374.05 


28,023.71 


5.2 


14.2 87.5 


29.3 


65.9 


5.6 


19.3 



246 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population . . 


Bowman- 
ville 
3,850 


Brighton 
1,454 


Brockville 
9,995 


Cardinal 
1,556 


Carleton 
Place 

4,278 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
28,628.36 

894.47 
49,769.58 


$ c. 
600.00 


$ c. 
45,295.14 
39,186.90 
98,736.71 


$ c. 


$ c. 
13,390 32 


Substation equipment 




2,471.63 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


16,564.11 


13,903.40 


45,883.07 


Line transformers 


10,404.03 

19,343.96 

7,996.09 


5,875.08 
7,821.24 
1,189.99 


47,631.75 
49,958.70 
26,981.23 


3,565.27 

3,538.89 

491.85 


13,061.37 


Meters 


18,144.38 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


6,691.85 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


4,000.15 


768.71 


2,663.53 

46,965.86 

4,821.76 


783.32 


4,992.83 


Old plant 






3,474.80 


5,289.19 










Total plant 


121,036.64 
7,116.54 


32,819.13 
1,616.86 


362,241.58 


25,757.53 

729.59 

3,000.00 

183.24 


109,924.64 


Bank and cash balance 


4,563.86 


Securities and investments 


103,000.00 
4,536.32 
3,005.12 


20,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


6,463.33 

4,709.17 


3,252.20 
5,901.32 


5,092.92 


Inventories 


1,522.59 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


51,505.31 


10,049.11 


158,514.71 


4,741.76 


72,809.01 














Total assets 


190,830.99 


53,638.62 


631,297.73 


34,412.12 


213,913.02 


Deficit.. 
















Total 


190,830.99 


53,638.62 


631,297.73 


34,412.12 


213,913.02 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


17,570.01 


12,863.68 
40.95 




9,397.95 
356.57 


25,824.61 


Accounts payable 


4,072.48 

5,151.84 

47.40 


8.01 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


1,347.97 


212.78 





1,244.54 






Total liabilities 


18,917.98 


13,117.41 


9,271.72 


9,754.52 


27,077.16 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


51,505.51 
13,563.21 


10,049.11 

3,778.03 

631.92 


158,514.71 

120,121.65 

15,166.52 


4,741.76 

2,414.54 

100.00 


72,809.01 
15,053.68 


Other reserves 


1,188.04 








Total reserves 


65,068.52 


14,459.06 


293,802.88 


7,256.30 


89,050.73 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


53,429.99 


12,136.32 


226,657.54 


5,602.05 


40,175.39 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


53,414.50 


13,925.83 


101,565.59 


11,799.25 


57,609.74 






Total surplus 


106,844.49 


26,062.15 


328,223.13 


17,401.30 


97,785.13 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


190,830.99 


53,638.62 


631,297.73 


34,412.12 


213,913.02 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


13.6 


30.1 


2.0 


32.9 


19.2 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



247 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Chesterville 
1,083 


Cobden 
627 


Cobourg 
5,307 


Colborne 
955 


Deseronto 
1,300 


Finch 
337 


Hastings 
757 


Havelock 
1,147 


$ c. 
335.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

29,949.68 

1,668.35 

79,879.53 


$ c. 


$ c. 

597.41 

161.18 

10,729.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 












572.90 


10,641.61 


3,995.49 


10,748.74 


7,894.54 


17,349.21 


19,831.40 


4,008.10 

5,022.41 

593.64 


1,006.51 
925.97 
444.46 


26,250.40 
31,025.48 
12,757.94 


1,117.89 
2,535.60 
1,457.63 


1,702.57 

4,987.60 

432.60 


2,159.77 

1,946.87 

504.07 


2,817.85 
3,409.78 
1,283.74 


2,906.31 
5,629.95 
1,883.33 


960.16 


45.86 


5,872.79 


3,538.00 


410.46 


100.% 


728.74 


4,596.41 




2,853.85 










1,733.13 


2,420.45 














21,560.92 


9,272.14 
3,012.61 


187,404.17 
3,342.70 


19,397.86 

1,528.15 

3,500.00 

340.80 

1,177.98 


19,021.41 
119.25 


12,606.21 

1,055.74 

3,000.00 

322.26 


27,322.45 


37,840.75 
3,139.48 


9,000.00 


4,500.00 
896.77 


10,000.00 


1,902.93 
863.85 


725.21 


11,666.94 
4,237.71 


1,465.59 
763.82 


474.08 












25,609.93 


926.93 


38,418.95 
3,714.05 


3,249.59 


6,195.20 


3,899.58 


3,210.32 


11.113.89 
















58,937.63 


13,936.89 


248,784.52 


29,194.38 


27,565.27 


20,883.79 


35,929.54 


62,568.20 


















58,937.63 


13,936.89 


248,784.52 


29,194.38 


27,565.27 


20,883.79 


35,929.54 


62.568.20 




5,369.20 
15.32 


78,304.67 
6,347.05 


9,758.05 
419.11 


1,382.35 
61.57 


3,789.77 


15,145.03 

273.98 

12.68 

218.00 


3,309.24 


810.77 




758.84 








117.50 


8,138.63 


230.00 


282.12 


50.00 








1,569.61 


5,502.02 


92,790.35 


10,407.16 


1,726.04 


3,839.77 


15,649.69 


3.309.24 


25,609.93 
6,927.07 


926.93 
503.29 


38,418.95 

22,460.21 

200.00 


3,249.59 
1,997.13 


6,195.20 
3,403.92 


3,899.58 

2,334.06 

10.59 


3,210.32 
3,583.29 


11,113.89 
11,489.62 














32,537.00 


1,430.22 


61,079.16 


5,246.72 


9,599.12 


6,244.23 


6,793.61 


22,603.51 


6,500.00 


2,434.07 


27,688.83 


2,436.54 


13,617.65 


3,210.23 


5,854.97 


29,590.76 


18,331.02 


4,570.58 


67,226.18 


11,103.96 


2,622.46 


7,589.56 


7,631.27 


7,064.69 


24,831.02 


7,004.65 


94,915.01 


13,540.50 


16,240.11 


10,799.79 


13,486.24 


36,655.45 


58,937.63 


13,936.89 


248,784.52 


29,194.38 


27,565.27 


20,883.79 


35,929.54 


62.568.20 


4.7 


42.3 


44.1 


40.1 


8.1 


22.6 


47.8 


6.4 



248 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Kempt- 
ville 
1,218 


Kingston 
23,355 


Lakefield 
1,308 


Lanark 
723 


Lancaster 


Population 


511 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
3,422.88 


$ c. 
220,850.00 
227,194.61 
183,190.76 
186,353.58 

70,435.49 
115,433.09 

75,891.49 


$ c. 
3,137.97 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead — 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


20,812.21 


22,282.95 


6,852.91 


6,573.46 


6,435.41 
7,445.00 
1,090.07 


5,993.32 
7,575.66 
1,876.05 


1,494.69 

2,049.29 

747.54 


1,044.32 


Meters 


1,805.63 


Street Tight equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


650.65 


5,948.36 


51,045.44 
17,670.80 


3,773.10 


322.37 


1,068.55 


Old plant 




3,445.25 
















Total plant 


45,153.93 

131.11 

20,000.00 

1,468.40 

471.94 


1,148,065.26 

35,636.53 
111,175.00 
31,622.56 
15,669.20 
22,247.07 
41,282.87 
2,296.87 


48,084.30 

8,156.09 

3,000.00 

571.36 


11,466.80 

3,050.84 

1,982.05 

172.03 


11,142.61 


Bank and cash balance 


4,397.61 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


889.04 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


18,996.04 


11,662.35 


5,725.54 


5,745.83 












Total assets 


86,221.42 


1,407,995.36 


71,474.10 


22,397.26 


22,175.09 


Deficit 
















Total 


86,221.42 


1,407,995.36 


71,474.10 


22,397.26 


22,175.09 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


14,324.38 
116.69 


52,735.00 
9,040.45 


19,725.15 






Accounts payable 




708.91 


Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 


12.00 


7,423.54 


652.70 


50.00 


148.36 






Total liabilities 


14,453.07 


69,198.99 


20,377.85 


50.00 


857.27 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


18,996.04 
12,577.75 


41,282.87 
243,222.61 
151,598.56 


11,662.35 
15,560.28 


5,725.54 
3,603.25 


5,745.83 
4,212.00 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


31,573.79 


436,104.04 


27,222.63 


9,328.79 


9,957.83 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


10,675.62 


259,165.00 

22,247.07 

621,280.26 


13,774.85 


7,561.47 


9,970.42 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus" 


29,518.94 


10,098.77 


5,457.00 


1,389.57 






Total surplus 


40,194.56 


902,692.33 


23,873.62 


13,018.47 


11,359.99 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


86,221.42 


1,407,995.36 


71,474.10 


22,397.26 


22,175.09 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


21.5 


3.4 


34.1 


0.3 


5.2 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



249 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Lindsay 
7,138 


Madoc 
1,108 


Marmora 
995 


Martin- 
town 
P.V. 


Maxville 

758 


Millbrook 
737 


Morrisburg 
1,853 


Napanee 
3,148 


$ c. 
10,777.68 


$ c. 
100.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
126.15 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

5,000.00 

4,457.21 

11,720.77 


$ c. 
10,211.62 


3,176.56 




407.79 
11,763.96 






93,281.22 


11,785.28 


13,652.95 


2,826.42 


5,794.07 


45.485.05 


27,035.23 
33,091.10 
10,334.23 


3,496.56 
5,304.41 
1,577.14 


3,808.11 
4,074.83 
1,193.23 


690.33 

1,027.87 

354.94 


1,849.12 
2,572.13 
1,950.24 


696.37 

1,770.48 
397.68 


4,229.62 

6,767.36 

795.00 


10.374.19 

17,612.35 

4.170.27 


2,525.94 


254.91 


2,215.98 


714.85 


2,424.95 




365.32 


4,707.46 












573.62 








34,233 . 82 
















180,221.96 
7,166.93 


22,518.30 
7,905.11 


25,518.72 
3,365.16 


5,740.56 

1,396.63 

1,000.00 

320.68 


20,968.19 

2,160.49 

2,000.00 

426.85 


8,658.60 
832.72 


67,569.10 


92,560.94 


55,000.00 






5,778.48 
280.06 


628.64 


261.66 


422.68 


1,359.94 


9,888.01 
7,285.75 


















84,009.74 


6,877.54 


5,014.09 


1,927.43 


8,902.96 


213.63 


643.61 
738.55 


37,282.05 
















332,457.17 


37,929.59 


34,159.63 


10,385.30 


34,458.49 


10,127.63 


70,311.20 


147,016.75 


















332,457.17 


37,929.59 


34,159.63 


10,385.30 


34,458.49 


10,127.63 


70,311.20 


147.016.75 


74,145.53 




2,313.36 




1,269.07 


8,720.55 
148.94 


30,169.16 
305.07 
790.24 
738.55 






775.94 




1,000.00 










4,280.79 


2,550.29 


366.00 


135.00 


7.00 


105.00 


181.82 


780.62 


76,695.82 


1,141.94 


2,448.36 


7.00 


1,374.07 


9,051.31 


32,003.02 


6.061.41 


84,009.74 
38,814.31 


6,877.54 
1,881 . 12 


5,014.09 
4,192.33 


1,927.43 

2,070.50 

81.02 


8,902.96 

6,110.16 

400.00 


213.63 
173.00 


643.61 

659.00 

31,296.54 


37.282.05 
10.038.61 












122,824.05 


8,758.66 


9,206.42 


4,078.95 


15,413 . 12 


386.63 


32,599.15 


47.320.66 


55,854.47 


14,000.00 


15,352.75 


6,000.00 


14,730.93 


279.45 


4,404.12 


70.000.00 


77,082.83 


14,028.99 


7,152.10 


299.35 


2,940.37 


410.24 


1,304.91 


23.634.68 


132,937.30 


28,028.99 


22,504.85 


6,299.35 


17,671.30 


689.69 


5,709.03 


93.634.68 


332,457.17 


37,929.59 


34,159.63 


10,385.30 


34,458.49 


10,127.63 


70,311.20 


147.016.75 


30.9 


3.7 


8.4 


0.1 


5.4 


91.3 


45.4 


5.5 



250 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Newcastle 
700 


Norwood 
710 


Omemee 
553 


Orono 
P.V. 


Oshawa 


Population 


24,756 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
107.37 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
60,926.33 


Substation equipment 


457.53 
23,442.96 


360.32 
12,004.60 




1,468 29 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


14,307.08 


4,998.53 


234,284.47 


Line transformers 


4,012.74 

3,667.17 

788.22 


4,019.18 
5,067.22 
1,886.92 


3,858.45 

2,764.41 

766.86 


776.77 

1,669.58 

395.94 


63,328.89 


Meters 


113,147.66 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


16,933.50 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


729.84 


3,940.80 


1,625.92 


277.97 


33,069.91 


Old plant 




2,447.51 






8,831.65 












Total plant 


23,612.42 
1,040.68 


41,262.12 

1,671.02 

13,000.00 

1,847.84 


21,380.56 
7,140.79 


8,118.79 

1,355.25 

» 


531,990.70 


Bank and cash balance 


12,618.12 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


148.81 




554.63 


61,952.91 


Inventories 




14,087.59 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


1,115.51 


5,422.70 
370.72 




267.90 


468,390.55 


Other assets 




194.65 












Total assets 


25,917.42 


63,574.40 


28,521.35 


10,296. 57 


1,089,234.52 


Deficit 
















Total 


25,917.42 


63,574.40 


28,521.35 


10,296.57 


1,089,234.52 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


7,500.00 
109.83 


20,173.43 
541.64 




7,356.50 
365.43 


123,801.36 


Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 


.06 


51,786.86 


Other liabilities 




370.72 


161.48 




24,489.25 










Total liabilities 


7,609.83 


21,085.79 


161.54 


7,721.93 


200,077.47 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 


1,115.51 
8,855.64 


5,422.70 
14,008.23 




267.90 
157.00 


468,390.55 


For depreciation 


9,518.07 


80,993.85 


Other reserves 


17,484.18 














Total reserves 


9,971.15 


19,430.93 


9,518.07 


424.90 


566,868.58 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


6,500.00 


16,926.57 


12,000.00 


643.50 


186,198.64 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus- 


1,836.44 


6,131.11 


6,841.74 


1,506.24 


136,089.83 






Total surplus 


8,336.44 


23,057.68 


18,841.74 


2,149.74 


322,288.47 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


25,917.42 


63,574.40 


28,521.35 


10,296.57 


1,089,234.52 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. 


30.7 


35.9 


0.6 


77.0 32.2 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



251 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Ottawa 
144,202 


Perth 
4,174 


Peterborough 
23,984 


Picton 
3,439 


Port Hope 

4,724 


Prescott 
2,925 


Richmond 
403 


484,502 . 14 


5,109.34 

5,779.83 

47,503.68 


78,386.66 
122,660.69 
283,436.10 


10,897.49 

2,004.66 

41,881.55 


11,705.77 


2,761.54 




843,220.88 




834,791.30 
210,371.64 


54,204.40 


40,729.84 


6,773.96 


366,399.11 
284,746.32 
125,021.24 


25,981.71 

22,668.47 

4,695.82 


118,055.02 

107,773.95 

59,329.87 


12,597.28 
18,215.55 
10,026.23 


16,964.06 

24,721.59 

3,303.50 


14,934.16 

19,840.88 

2,283.40 


1,146.53 

1,406.05 

173.98 


39.767.20 


5,164.07 


76,626.90 


3,851.46 


1,986.99 


2,222.68 


642.54 




23,361.94 


29,771.74 




















3,188,819.83 
154,815.90 


140,264.86 

22,347.36 

45,532.69 

5,418.94 

8,853.63 


876,040.93 
270.00 


99,474.22 


112,886.31 

1,167.59 

17,000.00 

3,772.36 

2,236.61 


82,772.50 

2,700.32 

3,000.00 

4,650.27 

561.95 


10,143.06 
859.71 


240,000.00 


14,000.00 
6,361.58 
6,053.55 




97,825.98 
35,808.46 


36,574.65 

8,233.61 

380,239.00 

275,836.29 


427.96 


497,600.28 




170,721.21 


64,019.10 


47,602.73 
2,885.35 


49,306.11 


44,832.92 


2,544.87 














4,385,591.66 


286,436.58 


1,577,194.48 


176,377.43 


186,368.98 


138,517.96 


13,975.60 
















4,385,591.66 


286,436.58 


1,577,194.48 


176,377.43 


186,368.98 


138,517.96 


13,975.60 


545,645.14 


40,195.88 


527,920.00 

39,961.40 

10,866.40 

120.00 








3,854.70 


48,828.89 


2,000.00 
4,309.79 
2,885.35 




2,751.69 












1,537.20 


2,704.34 


4,859.40 


262.08 


97.00 


596,011.23 


42,900.22 


578,867.80 


9,195.14 


4,859.40 


3,013.77 


3,951.70 


170,721.21 

1,310,627.41 

252,485.91 


64,019.10 

55,217.61 

965.59 


275,836.29 

135,006.52 

1,205.17 


47,602.73 

16,291.82 

992.61 


49,306.11 
17,182.47 


44,832.92 
44,839.01 


2,544.87 

1,893.59 

52.84 










1,733,834.53 


120,202.30 


412,047.98 


64,887.16 


66,488.58 


89,671.93 


4,491.30 


434,354.86 


68,204.12 




5,730.32 


79,000.00 


12,170.99 


2,645.30 


497,600.28 


380,239.00 
206,039.70 




1,123,790.76 


55,129.94 


96,564.81 


36,021.00 


33,661.27 


2,887.30 


2,055,745.90 


123,334.06 


586,278.70 


102,295.13 


115,021.00 


45,832.26 


5,532.60 


4,385,591 . 66 


286,436.58 


1,577,194.48 


176,377.43 


186,368.98 


138,517.96 


13,975.60 


0.2 


19.3 


21.6 


5.0 


3.5 


3.2 


34.6 



252 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Russell 
P.V. 


Smiths 
Falls 
7,672 


Stirling 
960 


Trenton 
6,833 


Tweed 


Population 


1,228 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c: 

19,528.85 

4,725.66 

89,456.42 


$ c. 
8,462.60 
7,949.55 
6,862.77 


$ c. 

5,114.41 

28,775.27 

109,378.94 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


8,186.58 


13,632.03 


Line transformers 


1,513.25 

1,782.53 

589.70 


34,809.79 

36,582.19 

9,508.35 


4,541.30 
5,211.54 
3,183.33 


24,033.01 
31,046.45 
15,886.37 


4,281 55 


Meters 


5,284.97 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,526.07 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,298.45 


12,301.42 
36,986.49 
21,248.48 


652.86 


6,069.11 


739.66 


Old plant 




















Total plant 


13,370.51 

1,918.45 
2,500.00 
1,192.20 


265,147.65 

14,667.86 

48,000.00 

4,327.69 

26.55 


36,863.95 

6,558.33 

2,294.33 

956.25 

941.68 


220,303.56 
7,053.98 


25.464.28 


Bank and cash balance 




Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,748.42 
4,742.51 


4,386.49 


Inventories 


2,094.25 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


5,125.83 


93,297.91 


7,843.64 


66,823 . 12 


8,287.57 












Total assets 


24,106.99 


425,467.66 


55,458.18 


300,671.59 


40,232.59 


Deficit... 














Total 


24,106.99 


425,467.66 


55,458.18 


300,671.59 


40.232.59 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


4,180.23 


4,872.48 
372.39 




40,831.74 
2,342.99 


8.477.92 


Accounts payable 


7.02 


.09 


Bank overdraft 




594 . 93 


Other liabilities 




198.19 


291.13 


4,501.44 


314.19 








Total liabilities 


4,180.23 


5,443.06 


298.15 


47,676.17 


9,387 . 13 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


5,125.83 
2,889.34 


93,297.91 

89,474.02 

2,339.91 


7,843.64 
5,466.61 


66,823.12 

32,484.89 


8,287.57 

2,937.28 

353.33 












Total reserves 


8,015.17 


185,111.84 


13,310.25 


99,308.01 


11.578.18 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


5,819.77 


192,752.52 


10,000.00 


124,168.26 


10,522.08 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


6,091.82 


42,160.24 


31,849.78 


29,519.15 


8,745.20 


Total surplus 


11,911.59 


234,912.76 


41,849.78 


153,687.41 


19.267.28 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


24,106.99 


425,467.66 


55,458.18 


300,671.59 


40,232.59 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


22.0 


1.6 


0.6 


20.4 


29.4 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



253 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
916 


Westport 
693 


Whitby 
3,724 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
1,040 


EASTERN 

ONTARIO 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 

200.00 

499.80 

15,005.79 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6,619.20 

34,288.16 

55,339.07 


$ c. 


$ c. 
299.85 


$ c 
1,109,368 44 








1,409,332 48 


5,620.72 


7,319.32 


3,431.14 


10,276.37 


2,958,189.46 
396,725.22 


741.09 

1,970.43 

338.08 


4,085.20 
5,774.04 
1,349.61 


1,015.48 

1,614.62 

683.10 


13,151.45 
18,947.13 
11,786.09 


1,978.92 

2,391.10 

174.61 


3,691.15 

5,458.31 

719.87 


1,045,059.92 

1,175,492.34 

469,406.58 


609.19 


824.71 


1,423.18 


8,186.22 


212.38 


415.87 


324,104.98 
101,623 15 


3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,713.00 


1,340.13 




1,100.00 


159,932 70 








12,897.53 

807.22 

2,500.00 

424.57 


30,217.07 

1,196.22 

5,000.00 

684.64 


13,768.70 

1,097.13 
4,000.00 

272.27 


149,657.45 

739.65 
5,000.00 
9,889.97 

239.20 


8,188.15 

3,523.69 

16,000.00 

341.59 


21,961.42 

2,345.17 

7,000.00 

309.92 


9,149,235.27 

382.396.25 
793,484.07 
377,674.32 
139,139 20 












900,086 35 


3.501.65 


9,129.93 


4,102.64 


45,721.04 


5,849.63 


18,297.90 


2,216,217.14 

10,200 19 
















20,130.97 


46,227.86 


23,240.74 


211,247.31 


33,903.06 


49,914.41 


13,968,432.79 
















20,130.97 


46,227.86 


23,240.74 


211,247.31 


33,903.06 


49,914.41 


13,968,432.79 


7,761 42 


6,253.58 


10,083.04 


20,672.71 
3,780.80 




3,258.89 
155.22 


1.845,162 01 


.97 


284.24 


198,795.40 








26,765.51 


14.00 


56.25 


110.00 


1,284.02 


419.87 


10.00 


80,154.68 


7,776.39 


6,309.83 


10,193.04 


25,737.53 


704.11 


3,424.11 


2,150,877.60 


3,501.65 
2,606.77 


9,129.93 
9,653.77 


4,102.64 
1,629.56 


45,721.04 
25,169.19 


5,849.63 

3,211.72 

358.04 


18,297.90 
9,235.34 


2,216,217.14 

2,512,968.77 

479,621 59 














6,108.42 


18,783.70 


5,732.20 


70,890.23 


9,419.39 


27,533.24 


5,208,807.50 


3,238.58 


10,746.42 


4,916.96 


55,939.79 


2,750.00 


7,391.11 


2,405,850.82 
900,086.35 


3,007.58 


10,387.91 


2,398.54 


58,679.76 


21,029.56 


11,565.95 


3,302,810.52 


6,246 16 


21,134.33 


7,315.50 


114,619.55 


23,779.56 


18,957.06 


6,608,747.69 


20,130.97 


46,227.86 


23,240.74 


211,247.31 


33,903.06 


49,914.41 


13,968,432.79 


46.8 


17.0 


53.3 


15.5 


2.5 


10.8 


11.6 



254 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Fort William 


Nipigon 
Twp. 


Port Arthur 
20,872 


THUNDER 


Population 


24,301 


BAY 
SYSTEM 




SUMMARY 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

48,940.29 

143,281.34 

187,365.05 


$ c. 
215.03 


$ c. 
443,102.94 
301,211.75 
485,333.56 


$ c. 
492,258.26 
444,493.09 
688,749.35 


Substation equipment 


Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


16,050.74 


Line transformers 


75,545.58 
76,433.14 
45,913.97 


3,773.80 
3,591.34 
1,497.05 


86,408.53 
98,000.50 
79,793.26 


165,727.91 
178,024 98 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular .... 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


127,204.28 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


11,054.54 


271.10 


39,326.14 
325,003.44 


50,651.78 
325 003 44 


Old plant 


293,762.46 




293,762 46 










Total plant 

Bank and each balance 


882,296.37 

1,268.56 

86,500.00 

40,769.72 

10,159.86 

126,644.57 

632,854.47 


25,399.06 

1,206.01 

1,732.02 

585.96 

13.75 


1,858,180.12 

18,538.62 

617,283.67 

71,739.52 

26,787.00 

37,640.84 

2,073,132.63 

433.98 


2,765,875.55 
21013 19 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


705,515.69 
113,095 20 


Inventories 


36,960 61 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . . 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


164,285.41 


5,357.48 


2,711,344.58 
433 . 98 










Total assets. . . 


1,780,493.55 


34,294.28 


4,703,736.38 


6,518,524 21 


Deficit 














Total 


1,780,493.55 


34,294.28 


4,703,736.38 


6,518,524.21 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


300,000.00 
26,786.77 
14,811.99 
25,664.34 


3,672.51 


43,738.03 
62,558.66 
44,484.59 


347.410.54 


Accounts payable 


89.345.43 


Bank overdraft 




59,296.58 


Other liabilities 














Total liabilities 


367,263.10 


3,672.51 


150,781.28 


521,716.89 






For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


632,854.47 

143,167.37 

24,391.69 


5,357.48 
3,871.90 


2,073,132.63 

536,877.71 

87,113.32 


2,711,344.58 
683,916.98 
111,505.01 








Total reserves 


800,413.53 


9,229.38 


2,697,123.66 


3,506,766.57 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


367,650.00 
126,644.57 
118,522.35 


6,327.49 


598,361.97 

37,640.84 

1,219,828.63 


972,339.46 


Local sinking fund 


164,285.41 


Operating surplus 


15,064.90 


1,353,415.88 


Total surplus 


612,816.92 


21,392.39 1.855.831 44 


2,490,040.75 










Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


1,780,493.55 


34,294.28 


4,703,736.38 


6,518,524.21 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


23.6 


12.7 


4.4 9.8 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



255 



4 'A"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1939 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 
DISTRICTS— 



Capreol 
1,680 


Sioux Lookout 
1,901 


Sudbury 
26,463 


NORTHERN 
ONTARIO 
DISTRICTS 
SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 
450.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

26,000.00 

76,685.72 

317,645.84 


$ c. 

26,450.00 

86,213.04 

338,627.03 


$ c. 
11,030,623.50 


9,527.32 




23,780,655.18 


12,728.97 


8,252.22 


23,925.362.60 
6,202,371.87 


4,130.65 
4,821.20 
1,038.36 


3,553.01 
5,617.22 
1,698.95 


86,514.36 

110,420.13 

86,261.07 


94,198.02 

120,858.55 

88,998.38 


10,855.346.75 
9,838.600.98 
2,798,171.62 
1,518,035.24 


840.70 


603.61 


13,329.25 


14,773.56 


4,147,280.84 
498,650.81 










4,894.655 . 59 












33,537.20 
418.79 


19,725.01 
1,896.59 


716,856.37 

83,880.15 
58,500.00 
21,580.92 
13,300.55 


770,118.58 

86,195.53 
58,500.00 
22,590.83 
13,300.55 


99,489,754.98 

3,107.087.65 
4,850,531.80 


799.95 


209.96 


4,774,816.58 
1,496,275.62 






11,032,594.44 










48,615,296.94 










156.520.39 












34,755.94 


21,831.56 


894,117.99 


950,705.49 


173,522.878.40 
21,889.57 












34,755.94 


21,831.56 


894,117.99 


950,705.49 


173,544,767.97 


987.00 




126,648.96 
32,369.46 


127,635.96 
38,305.51 


27,962,685.51 


2.71 


5,933.34 


3,100,565.26 
180,064 . 81 


290.00 


1,375.76 


31,622.78 


33,288.54 


2,998,174.20 


1,279.71 


7,309.10 


190,641.20 


199,230.01 


34,241,489.78 










48,615,296.94 


3,230.00 
156.16 


95.60 


47,641.68 
48,144.65 


50,967.28 
48,300.81 


24,046,526.92 
3,090,471.34 








3,386.16 


95.60 


95,786.33 


99,268.09 


75,752,295.20 


18,013.00 




340,689.57 


358,702.57 


32,866,660.82 






11,032,594.44 


12,077.07 


14,426.86 


267,000.89 


293,504.82 


19,651,727.73 


30,090.07 


14,426.86 


607,690.46 


652,207.39 


63,550,982.99 


34,755.94 


21,831.56 


894,117.99 


950,705.49 


173,544,767.97 


3.7 


33.5 


26.6 


29 5 


19.3 



256 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,869 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

483 


Alvinston 
650 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
2,857 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

10,990.19 
4,871.41 

15,555.34 

637.43 

1,983.06 


$ c. 

4,842.83 

1,253.62 

972.14 


$ c. 

2,419.50 

1,381.74 

925.47 


$ c. 

3,524.01 

2,394.00 

187.01 

339.69 

1,584.00 


$ c 
21,441 70 


Commercial light service 


7,343 19 


Commercial power service 


8,576 03 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


756.00 


683.30 


2,311 18 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


308.24 


251.41 


328.11 


165.00 


274.31 


Total earnings 


34,345.67 


8,076.00 


5,738.12 


8,193.71 


39,946 41 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


26,884.01 


5,881.04 


4,262.87 


4,577.91 


26,442 06 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 


3,008.49 

71.33 

174.00 

402.65 

284.49 
132.63 
592.18 
575.54 
55.74 
205.20 


64.43 
77.56 
77.59 
85.58 

98.68 


80.67 


183.48 
80.47 
88.35 


1,585.14 
42.00 


Meter maintenance 


131.75 


783.63 


Consumers' premises expenses 


1,496.46 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


52.45 


36.53 


720.48 


Promotion of business 


769.06 


Billing and collecting 


379.08 
147.55 


250.00 
63.85 
13.69 


416.94 
90.13 
18.81 


1,353.63 


General office, salaries and expenses . . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


1,202.11 
130.67 




155 . 72 






172.87 

1,445.63 

755.00 


828.41 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 








1,799.34 


Depreciation 


1,482.00 


435.00 
60.05 


523.00 


2,441.00 


Other reserves 


185.10 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


33,868.26 


7,306.56 


5,378.28 


7,866.12 


39,934.81 


Net surplus 


477.41 


769.44 


359.84 


327.59 


11.60 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


510 
89 
16 


154 

26 

2 


142 
35 

2 


268 

53 

2 


682 


Commercial light service 


122 


Power service 


15 






Total 


615 


182 


179 


323 


819 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



257 



"B" 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Ancaster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
397 


Aylmer 
2,156 


Ayr 
730 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Beamsville 
1,161 


$ c. 

11,135.51 

3,200.32 

562.94 

305.30 


$ c. 

2,712.22 

1,694.67 

56.27 


$ c. 

11,100.15 
9,744.64 
4,042.58 
1,164.08 
2,575.83 


$ c. 

5,469.70 

1,708.80 

528.62 


$ c. 

3,454.51 
2,102.12 
5,437.00 


$ c. 

3,505.23 

731.95 

10,388.06 


$ c 

9,505.80 
4,912.50 
2,007.22 


1,054.00 


1,072.00 


1,028.00 


711.00 


517.00 


1,908.00 






849.68 


30.00 


27.78 


187.42 


199.65 








16,258.07 


5,535.16 


29,476.96 


8,765.12 


11,732.41 


15,329.66 


18,533.17 


9,251.96 


3,124.62 


17,467.82 


5,681.01 


9,025.71 


12,891.64 


9,771.84 
















1,159.38 
103.85 


170.99 


890.42 
41.36 

383.31 
50.41 

358.97 
95.85 
1,006.25 
710.64 
186.49 
176.20 
739.49 

1,768.43 

1,746.00 


612.45 


65.13 


286.43 


176.38 
4.35 


74.32 
191.69 

282.29 


61.97 
4.48 

67.98 


142.20 
123.56 

123.04 


56.10 
179.94 

100.02 


81.20 
59.42 

129.42 


5.41 
288.78 

208.45 
4.00 


911.90 

786.86 

34.68 


179.85 
119.08 


383.13 
71.85 
16.67 


289.95 

132.57 

14.64 


376.67 
105.81 


583.50 

680.84 

5.57 










517.80 

412.94 

1,108.00 


355.11 
776.58 
402.00 


246.85 
468.56 
697.00 


44.29 
280.97 
523.00 


58.55 
299.24 
741.00 


1,449.63 
1,309.69 
1,049.00 
1,099.88 
















14,835.67 


5,262.66 


25,621.64 


8,566.32 


10,712.32 


15,029.38 


16,637.32 


1,422.40 


272.50 


3,855.32 


198.80 


1,020.09 


300.28 


1,895.85 
















324 

36 

6 


103 

36 

1 


698 

157 

12 


225 

41 

5 


150 

39 

2 


163 

22 

4 


349 

73 

6 


366 


140 


867 


271 


191 


189 


428 



9— H.E. 



258 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Belle River 
814 


Blenheim 
1,758 


Blyth 
656 


Bolton 
600 


Bothwell 


Population 


694 






Earnings 
Domestic service . 


$ c 

4,462.41 
2,446.87 
105.07 
1,114.67 
1,030.00 


$ c. 

8,934.25 
7,801.22 
3,037.28 
1,875.90 
2,626.15 
66.58 
822.84 


$ c. 

3,396.76 

1,956.94 

418.21 


$ c. 

4,113.76 
1,726.74 
2,029.64 
132.75 
1,070.52 


$ c. 
2,746.74 


Commercial light service 


1,669.08 


Commercial power service 

Municipal power 


550.08 
143 . 70 


Street lighting 


1,580.00 


1,225.02 


Merchandise 


41.79 


Miscellaneous * 


44.84 


97.50 


206.25 


513.32 






Total earnings 


9,203.86 


25,164.22 


7,449.41 


9,279.66 


6,889.73 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


5,135.08 


15,176.23 


4,696.97 


4,900.57 


4,648.58 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


767.00 
263.15 
265.94 


1,307.85 
227.35 
627.63 
794.13 

633.12 


320.50 


328.60 


272.14 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


4.34 
4.50 

119.93 

2.50 

307.50 

130.76 

25.43 


250.67 
185.85 

109.55 
36.52 


96.73 


Consumers' premises expenses 


243.93 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


151.84 

27.90 

564.87 

354.83 

39.52 


195.93 


Promotion of business 


53.04 


Billing and collecting . . 


1,155.02 

1,510.12 

166.91 


219.35 


General office, salaries and expenses . . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . 


604.21 


86.44 
6.68 






Interest 




648.56 

676.41 

1,951.00 

115.40 


220.52 

1,092.39 

555.00 


158.12 
461.25 
686.00 


121.68 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures . 




241.58 


Depreciation 


890.00 


653.00 


Other reserves . 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


8,460.13 


24,989.73 


7,480.34 


7,721.34 


6,839.08 






Net surplus 


743.73 


174.49 




1,558.32 


50.65 


Net loss 


30.93 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


244 

44 

2 


557 

133 

14 


176 

47 

3 


178 
48 
10 


189 


Commercial light service 


54 


Power service 


7 






Total 


290 


704 


226 


236 


250 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



259 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Brampton 
5,695 


Brantford 
31,369 


Brantford 
Twp. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
773 


Burford 
P.V. 


$ c. 

40,356.23 

18,944.60 

18,362.80 

1,543.68 


$ c. 

170,626.49 
75,947.63 

195,730.43 
17,040.67 
33,593.94 


$ c. 

22,718.14 
4,266.29 
3,432.69 


$ c. 

4,850.10 
798.07 
144.10 


$ c. 

2,316.18 

1,960.77 

654.56 


$ c. 

4,509.68 

3,014.64 

713.92 


$ c. 

4,456.75 

1,201.70 

605.97 


6,458.66 


4,151.87 


799.50 


800.00 


1,296.00 


670.08 


437.64 


5,089.31 


398.99 




86.29 


214.06 


305.60 








86,103.61 


498,028.47 


34,967.98 


6,591.77 


5,817.80 


9,748.30 


7,240.10 


68,712.33 
245.10 


365,907.89 

10,651.30 

2,055.61 

7,159.64 

571.12 

5,308.05 

4,593.58 

4,097.60 
1,612.23 
10,556.39 
9,031.38 
4,367.46 
2,341.15 
4,352.50 

15,750.00 

33,305.00 

2,000.00 


20,798.48 


3,794.72 


3,650.19 


5,396.09 


5,006.14 














1,649.14 
247.50 


1,470.65 

113.41 

572.59 

5.03 

895.56 


71.02 


223.63 


408.90 


96.52 


988.85 
422.53 


9.55 
56.65 

62.03 


34.83 


48.80 


143.80 
104.64 


901.63 
50.00 


113.40 


153.16 


90.44 


1,705.50 


1,837.97 

1,698.31 

9.66 


373.13 

30.79 

5.00 


307.24 

205.44 

20.38 




524.28 


2,010.27 
144.48 


612.38 


113.99 
8.23 


204.37 






350.45 


99.34 
1,986.97 
3,113.00 

23.54 


775.88 
416.48 
576.00 




412.72 

1,344.56 

726.00 




2,373.71 






5;611.00 
150.00 


444.00 


567.00 












85,766.86 


483,660.90 


32,624.51 


6,171.25 


4,999.11 


9,102.61 


6,655.04 


336.75 


14,367.57 


2,343.47 


420.52 


818.69 


645.69 


585.06 
















1,486 

245 

53 


7,693 

1,159 

223 


970 

53 

8 


183 

19 

1 


117 
39 

4 


240 

69 

2 


196 

29 

1 


1,784 


9,075 


1,031 


203 


160 


311 


226 



260 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,425 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


Cayuga 
682 


Chatham 


Population 


16,517 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ . c. 

1,647.51 
794.22 
240.83 


$ c. 

6,679.25 
5,200.34 
1,740.26 


$ c. 

1,681.59 
731.66 


$ c. 

3,811.30 

3,866.43 

922.61 


$ c. 
90,972 33 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


84,482.07 
71,866.58 


Municipal power 




6,438 86 


Street lighting 


312.00 


1,908.27 


460.00 


1,437.93 


19,356.31 


Merchandise 


1,448.56 


Miscellaneous *. 




121.41 


65.14 


113.62 


600.00 








Total earnings 


2,994.56 


15,649.53 


2,938.39 


10,151.89 


275,164 71 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,136.20 


9,577.04 


1,545.17 


4,962.82 


151 726 34 


Substation operation 


7,852.39 


Substation maintenance 










2,831.28 


Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 


114.57 
11.35 
17.00 


816.44 

69.68 

211.49 

149.70 

366.44 
112.52 
635.48 
604.31 
138.67 
195.65 
18.04 

343.68 

803.00 


44.60 


598.00 

15.82 

149.06 


7,949.78 
1,361.28 


Meter maintenance 




5,173.00 


Consumers' premises expenses 




4,496.85 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 


15.36 


22.71 


221.75 

39.40 

605.52 

480.47 

72.45 


6,139.39 
5,909.69 


Billing and collecting 






8,919.32 


General office, salaries and expenses . . 
Undistributed expenses 


152.52 
.68 


104.44 


14,389.20 
5,394.65 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




3,006.44 


Interest 


1.12 


129.20 
364.84 
142.00 


468.77 

1,213.76 

757.00 


8,800.97 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


12,327.04 


Depreciation 


249.00 


19,929.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


2,697.80 


14,042.14 


2,352.96 


9,584.82 


266,206.62 






Net surplus 


296.76 


1,607.39 


585.43 


567.07 


8,958.09 


Net loss. . . 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


56 

18 

2 


406 

102 

8 


51 
13 


171 
62 

7 


4,127 


Commercial light service 


792 


Power service 


108 








Total 


76 


516 


64 


240 


5,027 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



261 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Chippawa 
1,140 


Clifford 
452 


Clinton 
1,888 


Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
329 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


$ c. 

7,714.04 

2,316.26 

43.25 


$ c. 

2,553.97 

2,182.03 

511.38 


$ c. 

12,430.52 

8,024.21 

3,102.83 

937.74 

2,705.80 

198.30 

946.78 


$ c. 

2,029.18 
1,976.44 
1,785.36 


$ c. 

2,342.16 

1,417.41 

280.70 


$ c. 

1,718.52 
1,123.94 


$ c. 

1,672.59 

1,156.66 

738.26 


1,172.06 


989.57 
688.00 




1,689.33 


951.94 


689.50 


480.00 


451.01 


i60.24 


32.17 


270.67 


262.19 




86.05 








13,095.18 


6,231.49 


28,346.18 


6,751.15 


4,782.46 


4,520.03 


4,104.57 


5,772.45 


3,742.82 


16,952.42 


5,305.39 


2,793.06 


2,276.39 


2,850.25 






100.00 

888.20 
141.72 
172.03 
311.23 

356.82 










1,076.28 
58.20 


52.43 


361.08 


149.86 


180.01 


33.65 


246.59 


29.70 
18.34 

40.64 


16.90 


100.88 
31.58 

96.93 




1.35 


460.29 




6.74 


420.17 
55.94 


99.09 


52.30 


30.17 


672.08 


352.50 
36.11 
14.53 


877.64 

1,251.23 

78.02 

238.06 

412.50 

180.09 

2,375.00 


215.37 

447.86 

20.06 




199.09 

15.72 

6.12 


163.61 


761.74 
138.59 


425.30 
6.17 


67.09 
7.96 


119.03 
1,091.74 


316.73 
233.70 
365.00 


31.24 
205.62 
560.00 


262.40 
490.74 
453.00 


2.91 


82.16 
152.44 


720.00 


265.00 
14.21 


276.00 














11,593.10 


5,202.50 


24,334.96 


7,262.61 


4,809.92 


3,011.75 


3,671.42 


1,502.08 


1,028.99 


4,011.22 






1,508.28 


433.15 




511.46 


27.46 














335 

49 
2 


122 

38 

1 


575 

133 

16 


105 

47 
2 


111 

29 

1 


72 

25 

1 


83 

27 

2 


386 


161 


724 


154 


141 


98 


112 



262 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGA RA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Delhi 
2,083 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
527 - 


Dresden 


Population 


1,572 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,812.37 
805.48 


$ c. 

10,831.84 

10,683.59 

7,346.13 


$ c. 

2,581.81 
942.56 
706.59 


$ c. 

3,434.83 
1,960.72 
1,274.16 


$ c. 
6,361 . 53 


Commercial light service 


6,003.98 


Commercial power service . . . . 


2,934.90 


Municipal power 




510.40 


Street lighting 


270.00 


2,140.90 


720.00 


960.00 


2,061.48 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


59.31 


447.07 


115.86 


215.00 


521.46 






Total earnings 


2,947.16 


31,449.53 


5,066.82 


7,844.71 


18,393.75 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,877.64 


13,919.60 
504.72 


3,410.83 


5,285.81 


13,477 08 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


86.80 


2,158.95 
102.30 
185.79 
328.30 

231.60 

297.56 
1,087.34 

815.05 
70.62 

547.79 
2,581.16 

1,847.00 

1,335.00 


236.46 
1.50 


158.28 

231.09 

46.15 

10.95 

166.85 


1,981.27 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


10.48 


319.00 


Consumers' premises expenses 


31.43 

26.36 

60.00 

159.03 

49.47 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


27.05 

53.02 

153.15 

37.80 


348.39 


Promotion of business 


363.35 


Billing and collecting 




861.07 


General office, salaries and expenses . . 
Undistributed expenses 


389.80 


953.35 
81.05 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 








176.95 


Interest 


66.09 
194.21 
204.00 


80.55 
199.17 
445.00 


286.65 
403.51 
654.00 




Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




Depreciation 


967.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


2,710.24 


26,012.78 


4,699.80 


7,633.09 


19,528 . 51 






Net surplus 


236.92 


5,436.75 


367.02 


211.62 




Net loss 


1,134.76 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


61 
17 


549 

153 

5 


141 

27 

2 


167 
65 

4 


437 


Commercial light service 


127 


Power service 


11 








Total 


78 


707 


170 


236 


575 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



263 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
4,839 


Dunnville 
3,928 


Dutton 
793 


East York 
Twp. 


Elmira 
2,074 


$ c. 

2,313.04 
912.01 
640.20 


$ c. 

1,436.66 

805.84 

1,287.99 


S c. 

22,165.10 

12.309.03 

21,382.58 

363.44 

5,628.00 


$ c. 

13,959.08 

14,333.57 

10,625.69 

2,513.76 

3,577.92 


$ c. 

3,119.40 
2,338.36 
2,903.15 


$ c. 

192,960.94 

30,298.00 

32,354.53 

5,209.90 

21,128.99 


$ c. 

14,785.29 

7,496.29 

5,152.04 

863.52 


528.66 


550.00 


1,036.44 


2,035.00 


85.54 




615.19 


1,181.49 


271.60 


349.74 


871.85 








4,479.45 


4,080.49 


62,463.34 


46,191.51 


9,668.95 


282,302.10 


31,203.99 


2,926.28 


2,913.02 


41,163.02 
581.53 


24,497.91 
355.00 


7,320.69 


180,307.63 
183.30 


19,314.88 










298.49 
4.89 


29.30 


4,862.29 
357.76 
829.91 
277.75 

1,392.01 

75.00 

1,396.64 

2,352.04 

602.70 

989.71 

731.84 

2,839.77 

5,010.00 


2,927.59 
337.77 
444.51 


464.03 

34.90 

77.30 

4.65 

192.49 


8,066.86 

501.45 

4,786.62 

4,887.62 

2,026.44 


1,775.37 
167.49 


77.03 




12.40 


21.53 


16.19 

97.13 


293.03 


117.73 


848.08 
98.38 

976.84 
1,307.56 

183.47 

233.92 
2,067.98 

3,492.95 

3,805.00 


201.55 
304 02 


225.52 

89.57 

1.05 


107.96 
89.19 
13.03 


444.20 

160.35 

28.01 


14,679.80 

13,052.46 

911.51 


746.50 
625.92 
245.38 
293 91 


74.29 






10,390.30 
19,048.63 
15,728.00 


843 34 


218.44 






2,180 19 


353.00 


350.00 


683.00 


2,445.00 
















4,407.82 


3,615.82 


63,461.97 


41,576.96 


9,409.62 


274,570.62 


29,448.98 


71.63 


464.67 





4,614.55 


259.33 


7,731.48 


1,755 01 




998.63 
















90 

27 

1 


56 

22 

2 


1,267 

192 

36 


948 

224 

24 


222 
64 
10 


9,729 

428 

44 


527 

123 

21 


118 


80 


1,495 


1,196 


296 


10,201 


671 



264 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Elora 
1,149 


Embro 
423 


Erieau 
295 


Erie Beach 
28 


Essex 


Population 


1,854 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

7,465.96 
4,105.50 
2,884.29 


$ c. 

3,097.16 

1,335.25 

231.30 


$ c. 

3,988.67 

1,300.02 

426.97 


$ c. 

1,784.35 
380.50 


$ c. 
7,984 64 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


6,790.64 
4,639.67 


Municipal power 




1,470.18 


Street lighting 


1,544.64 

28.64 

454.88 


636.00 


432.00 




2,156.68 


Merchandise 






Miscellaneous 


102.74 






657.04 










Total earnings 


16,483.91 


5,402.45 


6,147.66 


2,164.85 


23,698.85 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


10,703.15 


3,492.04 


3,437.98 


1,122.17 


13,482 39 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,164.31 


109.31 


203.99 
119.34 
162.80 
124.68 

56.47 


92.89 
14.73 
40.31 
11.15 


550.32 


Line transformer maintenance 


36.15 


Meter maintenance 


146.66 


37.98 
67.49 

99.15 

80.00 

250.68 

98.89 


389.92 


Consumers' premises expenses 


83.00 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


280.44 


378.27 


Promotion of business 




112.16 


Billing and collecting 


770.31 
817.67 
123.69 
264.09 


505.50 

221.77 

27.20 


213.96 

33.74 

.56 


1,101.18 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


1,648.70 
195 . 15 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 




321.56 


Interest 


38.07 
616.94 
603.00 


157.18 
460.96 
477.00 


107.21 
180.49 
109.00 


891.36 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




657.30 


Depreciation 


1,305.00 


2,170.00 


Other reserves 


97.00 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


15,575.32 


5,493.55 


5,954.87 


1,926.21 


22,114.46 






Net surplus 


908.59 




192.79 


238.64 


1,584.39 


Net loss 


91.10 














Number of Consumers 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 


331 

72 
3 


114 

38 
2 


195 

16 

2 


86 
3 


478 
119 


Power service 


16 








Total 


406 


154 


213 


89 


613 











1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



265 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Etobicoke 
Twp. 


Exeter 
1,649 


Fergus 
2,792 


Fonthill 
867 


Forest 
1,520 


Forest Hill 
11,117 


Gait 
14,219 


$ c. 

146,226.81 

23,166.79 

22,314.44 

5,522.34 

13,767.62 


$ c. 

11,169.75 

6,151.82 

2,836.88 

470.73 

2,736.87 

291.86 

885.19 


$ c. 

18,394.08 

7,675.47 

12,574.48 

618.47 

2,758.86 

5.64 


$ c. 

5,135.52 

1,762.50 

270.78 

233.45 

1,364.83 


$ c. 

11,957.16 

6,181.06 

3,699.64 

896.86 

2,426.34 

36.59 

782.89 


$ c. 

194,446.50 

25,339.30 

2,483.11 

467.52 

7,176.06 


$ c. 

93,458.17 

44,152.99 

110,778.38 

4,195.45 

16,292.92 




59.11 


2,378.74 


2,779.16 








210,998.00 


24,543.10 


42,027.00 


8,826.19 


25,980.54 


232,291.23 


271,657.07 


137,288.68 


15,818.30 


32,205.27 


3,278.74 


16,377.76 


157,283.53 


188,979.83 
4,888.22 












1,861.11 

4,326.19 

114.79 

1,231.28 

3,797.91 

642.27 


495.83 


7,152.66 
751 . 50 


721.41 


1,027.47 
242.13 
550.59 
178.27 

719.63 


451.24 


1,554.27 

26.20 

177.20 

1,146.94 

309.01 
102.75 
936.70 
1,280.84 
145.01 
292.40 
325.54 

1,052.90 

1,731.00 


2,895.40 
704.87 


1,463.16 
7,083.55 

841.61 


654.59 
595.81 

452.30 


31.75 
35.86 

73.43 


2,191.32 
3,981.89 

1,842.45 
1,757.61 


6,715.09 
4,930.50 
2,083.52 
1,157.56 


877.08 

1,704.38 

46.85 

276.09 

131.93 

1,287.12 

1,826.00 


1,044.45 
780.76 
185.00 
287.00 
860.70 

1,419.11 

1,887.00 


512.32 

197.69 

63.53 


4,284.16 

5,332.35 

670.19 

950.28 

11,731.90 

11,772.54 

10,432.00 

380.65 


4,315.69 

5,193.63 

1,852.12 

643.86 


6,476.96 
13,113.91 
14,344.00 


569.19 

1,398.97 

582.00 


5,232.36 

• 22,949.03 

27,054.00 














203,402.70 


24,391.86 


41,387.38 


7,194.72 


25,458.52 


214,811.15 


274,978.11 


7,595.30 


151.24 


639.62 


1,631.47 


522.02 


17,480.08 






3,321.04 
















4,339 

241 

35 


475 

131 

13 


721 

119 

13 


236 

33 

3 


466 

124 

22 


2,988 

228 

21 


3,900 
503 
110 


4,615 


619 


853 


272 


612 


3,237 


4,513 



266 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population . . 



George- 
town 
2,345 



Glencoe 
726 



Goderich 
4,407 



Granton 
P.V. 



Guelph 
21,514 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous .' 



$ c. 

17,938.54 
7,627.30 

25,759.30 

694.34 

2,736.29 



$ c. 

5,017.33 
3,952.16 
1,729.16 
1,534.78 
1,962.00 



566.79 



264.00 



$ c. 

29,991.07 

16,356.05 

11,069.10 

2,438.37 

4,488.13 

396.91 

559.89 



$ c. 

1,869.76 
1,013.83 



370.00 
202.17 



$ c. 

109,406.55 
54,815.24 

112,844.95 
12,575.04 
18,961.48 



895.95 



Total earnings 



55,322.56 



14,459.43 



65,299.52 



3,455.76 



309,499.21 



Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses. 

Truck operation and maintenance . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



42,262.47 



9,003.74 



41,332.26 
1,794.90 



2,384.86 



235,476.37 
3,727.96 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



1,836.91 
182.89 
150.87 
255.75 

296.59 
39.46 
1,767.20 
974.56 
129.87 
392.61 
367.23 

1,085.75 

2,412.00 



669.75 



110.71 
26.19 

146.68 
13.99 
495.19 
353.75 
166.21 



87.76 
1,353.27 
1,210.00 

54.00 



2,802.53 
162.80 
714.62 
260.72 

605.08 

31.01 

1,605.38 

1,864.67 

142.61 

240.14 

1,961.81 

3,006.99 

6,649.00 



25.39 

25.70 

67.40 

128.93 

54.01 



259.39 

65.81 

5.84 



88.16 
169.06 
287.00 



7,710.70 

708.46 

4,472.27 

1,373.22 

4,510.32 
991.20 

6,764.81 

11,078.15 

945.06 

2,426.97 
125.00 

105.10 

19,738.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



52,154.16 



13,691.24 



63,174.52 



3,561.55 



300,153.59 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



3,168.40 



768.19 



2,125.00 



9.345.62 



105.79 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total. 



735 

123 

25 

883 



220 

81 

9 

310 



1,258 

248 

20 

1,526 



120 



5,355 
789 
138 

6,282 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



267 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Hagersville 
1,355 


Hamilton 
154,751 


Harriston 
1,269 


Harrow 
1,032 


Hensall 
685 


Hespeler 
2,789 


Highgate 
362 


$ c. 

6,043.26 

6,014.68 

11,790.19 


$ c. 

834,807.68 

456,944.77 

1,681,152.60 

68,163.15 

123,751.44 


$ c. 

7,187.62 
4,738.48 
5,423.74 
423.21 
1,606.50 


$ c. 

9,057.95 
5,009.00 
2,761.98 


$ c 

4,099.63 
2,712.51 
3,231.08 
33.74 
1,008.00 


$ ; c. 

14,813.84 
4,983.93 

42,911.27 

931.04 

3,173.11 


$ c. 

1,624.48 

899.31 

1,014.11 

29.35 


2,050.00 


1,348.50 

202.57 

16.80 


567.00 


942.90 


61,311.83 


156.95 


340.02 


1,275.95 


171.39 


26,841.03 


3,226,131.47 


19,536.50 


18,396.80 


11,424.98 


68,089.14 


4,305.64 


19,151.81 


2,350,792.14 
57,333.57 
12,103.09 

37,012.91 

5,969.13 

29,640.19 

30,833.59 

15.094.41 
28,863.92 
62,853.53 
50,273.95 
34,467.42 


12,432.24 


13,132.11 


6,751.60 


52,413.29 
415.71 


2,859.68 












2,012.10 
72.05 


1,585.16 

58.29 

218.54 

232.63 

166.74 
47.75 
726.73 
368.27 
47.44 
102.78 
335.98 

689.59 

1,235.00 


272.30 

81.97 

442.39 

370.81 

342.93 

68.70 

826.29 

588.52 

31.38 


888.08 


3,173.18 
102.43 
206.86 
414.05 

319.03 

158.03 

1,032.27 

1,325.91 

568.71 

350.22 

1,275.89 

2,456.37 

3,198.00 


77.81 


360.38 




1.50 


6.40 


8.07 

116.38 

40.00 

279.22 

311.95 

29.08 




416.06 
31.50 


62.78 


733.13 

711.99 

51.93 

192.08 


318.68 

130.36 

6.22 


84.49 


129,170.42 
286,705.94 
148,873.71 


147.00 

737.53 

1,014.00 


249.38 
613.55 
817.00 




,305.82 
1,325.00 


427.00 
















25,454.74 


3,279,987.92 


18,247.14 


18,055.93 


10,104.31 


67,409.95 


3,884.03 


1,386.29 




1,289.36 


340.87 


1,320.67 


679.19 


421.61 




53,856.45 
















372 

114 

13 


39,342 
5,170 
1,264 


365 

102 

14 


299 

83 

6 


194 
58 
14 


758 

100 

27 


101 

35 

5 


499 


45,776 


481 


388 


266 


885 


141 



268 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population . . 



Humber- 
stone 
2,738 



Ingersoll 
5,177 



Jarvis 
519 



Kingsville 
2,359 



Kitchener 
33,080 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ c. 

10,680.15 
3,094.09 
4,312.65 



1,642.50 



$ c. 

30,011.79 

16,968.52 

27,523.13 

1,356.60 

4,832.39 



$ c. 

2,705.08 
1,967.35 
3,232.99 



858.00 



$ c. 

14,178.16 
7,719.47 
3,618.36 
1,180.37 

2,872.24 



$ c. 

191,096.62 

119,999.12 

283,739.16 

19,044.40 

31,609.70 



546.80 



1,050.54 



171.11 



1,353.07 



1,368.27 



Total earnings 



20,276.19 



81,742.97 



8,934.53 



30,921.67 



646,857.27 



Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



10,181.30 



61,071.95 
734.82 



6,066.53 



17,727.42 



1,038.02 

22.70 

117.50 



189.54 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



710.20 

273.30 

10.86 

68.86 

702.00 

1,800.00 

1,173.00 



3,519.81 

19.79 

872.30 

788.98 

984.54 

600.84 

1,235.29 

4,324.91 

1,390.08 

371.86 



35.72 



100.07 



549.20 

52.17 

7.56 



4,438.00 



206.35 
672.29 
508.00 



1,760.72 

51.62 

416.26 

223.72 

563.77 

138.27 

1,906.35 

1,317.97 

363.58 

360.20 

1,475.69 

958.03 

2,357.00 



501,994.12 
8,203.48 
2,017.73 

12,445.25 

874.60 

5,662.76 

6,985.33 

8,638.25 
5,636.73 
15,322.89 
10,461.18 
8,384.33 
2,541.39 
6,468.33 

20,000.32 

41,039.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



16,287.28 



80,353.17 



8,197.89 



29,620.60 



656,675.69 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



3,988.91 



1,389.80 



736.64 



1,301.07 



9,818 42 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total 



639 

79 
8 

726 



1,400 
234 

45 

1,679 



143 

44 
4 

191 



620 

150 

17 

787 



7,773 

1,085 

253 

9,111 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



269 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
882 


Leamington 
5,630 


Listowel 
2,773 


London 
73,846 


London 
Twp. 


Long 

Branch 

4,140 


$ c. 

3,087.56 
1,201.87 


$ c. 

6,399.24 
1,636.31 
1,707.14 


$ c. 

27,166.39 

17,941.48 

19,357.33 

2,652.33 

5,300.96 


$ c. 

16,013.71 

11,368.89 

11,851.49 

974.78 

4,659.96 


$ c. 

527,069.93 

205,150.49 

352,810.30 

68,926.46 

55,975.40 

4,623.89 

23,571.41 


$ c. 

12,272.90 
2,431.79 
1,630.87 


$ c. 

27,473.19 
6,300.81 
1,403.95 


540. 8A 
741.00 


934.99 


804.00 
11.09 
73.96 


1,232.50 


4,543.86 


62.50 


963.71 


621.81 


277.63 








5,633.74 


10,631.74 


73,382.20 


45,490.64 


1,238,127.88 


17,845.69 


40,656.80 


3,795.41 


6,819.15 


49,458.87 


31,743.70 
87.13 


828,523.89 
19,545.07 
19,745.48 

20.666,79 

3,479.68 

19,873.99 

27,566.55 

8,529.56 
25,607.20 
26,616.12 
37,298.22 
18,305.48 

3,291.55 
30,546.47 

46,861.32 

115,061.00 

2,159.77 


13,172.01 


23,378.17 












176.07 
7.62 


579.74 
30.65 
79.67 

214.75 

165.70 


3,356.31 


1,926.12 
182.44 
479.47 
218.86 

589.97 

240.68 

1,001.88 

1,322.07 

160.89 

124.54 

86.31 

698.35 

3,347.00 


364.90 

6.00 

323.22 

779.39 

212.06 
165.00 
706.70 
546.17 
4.29 


2,990.03 
93.16 


92.63 
25.36 

48.75 


675.77 
567.38 

860.85 
142.85 
1,674.96 
3,501.07 
684.20 
247.24 


451.85 
351.63 

389.56 


279.92 

48.36 

1.42 


408.81 
481.14 
39.92 
271.83 
452.63 

898.73 

1,067.00 

48.71 


2,268.26 

2,225.93 

685.50 




289.42 

698.84 

1,033.00 


598.90 






2,059 07 


448.00 


4,244.00 


2,613.00 












4,926.98 


11,558.43 


65,413.50 


42,209.41 


1,253,678.14 


18,301.00 


38,105.06 


706.76 




7,968.70 


3,281.23 






2,551 74 




926.69 


15,550.26 


455.31 












127 

24 

2 


221 

19 

3 


1,480 

269 

32 


754 

158 

23 


17,962 
2,146 

449 


413 

20 

4 


1,321 

94 

5 


153 


243 


1,781 


935 


20,557 


437 


1,420 



270 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



Lucan 
610 



Lynden 
P.V. 



Markham 
1,153 



Merlin 
P.V. 



Merritton 
2,656 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . , 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ 

4,311.08 
1,973.15 
1,797.84 



$ 

2,093.19 
863.22 
709.67 



1,261.33 
"299.82 



440.00 



7,323.65 
3,430.32 
2,607.63 
379.66 
1,428.00 



$ c. 

2,283.67 

2,222.62 

495.47 



705.72 



13,140.02 

3,003.96 

114,589.35 

2,301.00 

3,354.00 



22.89 



383.02 



474.20 



325.01 



Total earnings 



9,643.22 



4,128.97 



15,552.28 



6,181.68 



136,713.34 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main 

tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 

on debentures 



5,376.63 



2,745.41 



9,925.20 



2,955.74 



114,531.32 
1,623.88 



543.66 



34.11 
435.04 

204.12 



148.94 
17.51 
72.34 



13.46 
111.64 



604.74 

410.70 

56.14 



180.46 
29.25 



924.16 

120.53 

22.75 

52.87 

172.28 
74.00 

860.30 
79.92 
34.07 

177.13 



223.09 
15.37 
52.95 
93.37 

69.45 



2,239.71 

63.38 

628.64 

72.83 

516.86 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves 



143.37 
346.73 
858.00 



96.68 
212.60 
337.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



9,013.24 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



629.98 



3,965.29 



163.68 



940.00 
50.00 



13,433.21 



2,119.07 



233.78 

218.13 

1.47 



260.87 
953.63 
455.00 



1,405.51 

2,096.15 

155.85 

212.32 

1,068.84 

2,073.33 
3,447.00 



5,532.85 



648.83 



130,135.62 



6,577.72 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total 



184 
56 

7 

247 



94 

14 

2 

110 



313 

71 

9 

393 



116 

48 

2 

166 



707 
66 
15 

788 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



271 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Milton 
1,848 


Milverton 
1,010 


Mimico 
7,012 


Mitchell 
1,615 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
288 


$ c. 

13,079.35 

6,484.44 
17,992 . 77 


$ c. 

4,902.24 
3,615.31 
3,140.27 
527.25 
1,035.00 


$ c. 

55,771.20 

11,066.92 

4,265.84 

7,174.87 

7,942.16 


$ c. 

11,847.47 
5,710.81 
3,595.80 

752.53 
2,547.00 
1,012.04 

312.98 


$ c. 

1,045.14 

1,083.73 

26.70 


$ c. 

2,780.89 

1,030.01 

718.25 


$ c. 

1,234.83 
665.32 
314.31 


1,937.52 
529.70 


350.00 


844.00 


705.00 


697.00 


141.55 


1,400.25 


10.10 


207.04 








40,720.78 


13,361.62 


87,621.24 


25,778.63 


2,515.67 


5,580.19 


2,919.46 


27,409.86 
250.25 


9,176.08 


53,922.54 


15,883.11 


1,754.44 


3,309.13 


1,565.09 






368.32 

6,698.97 
237.27 
689.99 

1,459.19 

1,344.58 


15.92 

654.56 

43.99 

309.19 

686.44 

374.60 
36.54 
940.38 
1,538.22 
520.07 
584.90 








1,896.84 
.50 


417.26 


21.03 


102.24 
20.68 
81.32 
21.90 

33.30 


139.78 


787.58 
441.90 


354.22 
124.50 

64.70 


76.20 


42.96 


203.16 


32.37 


77.28 


820.96 


702.39 

418.47 

20.49 


2,296.58 

2,144.94 

327.31 

436.34 

3,041.23 

6,416.14 

6,599.00 

390.00 




253.00 

88.42 

6.37 


70 05 


1,323.70 
135.19 


131.42 


93.68 
10 75 


353.91 






286 42 






79.77 
210.59 
426.00 


84 52 


965.04 








500 00 


2,329.00 
100 00 


827.00 


3,619.00 


235.00 


373.00 














37,304.31 


12,105.11 


86,372.40 


25,206.92 


2,250.46 


4,632.72 


2,957.11 


3,416.47 


1,256.51 


1,248.84 


571.71 


265.21 


947.47 






37 65 
















518 

110 

15 


252 
73 

9 


1,870 

152 

19 


489 

125 

23 


57 
31 

1 


143 

40 

3 


69 
21 

1 


643 


334 


2,041 


637 


89 


186 


91 



272 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



New 

Hamburg 

1,458 



New 

Toronto 

7,140 



Niagara 
Falls 
18,928 



Niagara-on 

the-Lake 

1,670 



North York 
Twp. 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



9,562.95 
4,551.01 
5,257.00 



2,217.00 
138.92 
285.80 



$ c. 

37,247.85 

17,359.11 

136,985.86 

11,481.92 

7,495.84 



$ c. 

122,155.21 
61,692.64 
64,240.68 
16,479.99 
27,533.38 



2,519.59 



$ c. 

13,701.77 

4,155.49 

591.53 

1,338.94 

3,483.02 

202.03 

309.77 



$ 



c. 



155,939.24 

23,719.66 

31,684.92 

7,237.40 

4,039.93 



1,490.20 



Total earnings . 



22,012.68 



210,570.58 



294,621.49 



23,782.55 



224,111.35 



Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main 

tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 

on debentures 



14,716.26 174,697.16 
203.76 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



719.45 
161.16 
303.06 
122.60 

269.40 



728.95 
1,158.29 
291.20 
385.69 
116.75 

1,062.06 

1,593.00 



21,831.63 



181.05 



158,159.96 
13,635.42 



11,542.10 
206.57 



115,253.54 



5,861.92 

239.18 

1,288.06 

63.27 

947.64 



2,808.77 

6,622.13 

410.31 

631.87 

112.66 

407.76 

6,666.00 



200,756.73 



9,813.85 



6,859.10 
136.38 

7,468.52 
190.50 

3,790.02 
129.67 

7,719.28 
10,650.77 

3,980.19 

1,301.88 
11,106.61 

33,991.26 

28,233.00 



287,352.56 



1,906.06 



183.33 
286.96 

818.68 



1,753.28 

1,756.79 

109.43 

173.84 

877.22 

1,319.59 

2,146.00 



23,079.85 



12,068.25 

423.94 

1,326.62 

2,218.42 

875.86 



6,006.38 
6,097.22 
4,199.98 
3,223.56 
17,584.28 

21,816.95 

16,405.00 



207,500.00 



7,268.93 702.70 16,611.35 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service . ...... 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total 



368 
98 
13 

479 



1,745 

212 

31 

1,988 



4,633 

716 

91 

5,440 



524 

84 

8 

616 



4,711 

305 

35 

5,051 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



273 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Norwich 
1,365 


Oil Springs 
514 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,406 


Paris 
4,369 


Parkhill 
900 


Petrolia 

2,747 


$ c. 

8,958.87 

4,518.85 

1,600.06 

519 36 


$ c. 

1,595.96 
1,482.59 
6,371.44 


$ c. 

2,529.46 

2,105.25 

375.91 


$ c. 

9,801.95 
5,666.32 
5,161.59 
1,706.56 
2,628.00 


$ c. 

22,510.28 
8,283.65 

13,608.58 
1,020.83 
5,586.49 


$ c. 

5,277.64 

3,638.02 

758.38 

633.77 

1,577.04 


$ c. 

12,145.11 

7,884.49 
23,196.43 


2,100.00 
617.36 


768.00 


847.38 


2,839.00 
493 52 


173.78 


177.02 


47.27 


2.95 


4,085.43 


119.60 


442.70 


18,488.28 


10,395.01 


5,905.27 


24,967.37 


55,095.26 


12,004.45 


47,001.25 


11,876.35 


7,234.32 


3,956.47 


15,586.57 
578.60 
266.29 

421.10 
101.22 
260.64 
742.68 

411.67 
98.49 
637.14 
599.56 
78.75 
170.39 
123.92 

352.74 

1,473.00 


33,396.15 
1,101.28 


7,144.82 


28,545.86 












1,811.50 


384.02 
58.09 
86.08 
84.43 

62.36 

1.35 

319.07 

208.44 

45.31 


307.09 

54.98 

156.67 

1.20 

159.19 


4,489.13 
237.57 
854.67 
517.26 

1,397.06 
478.00 
1,420.52 
1,333.19 
347.07 
370.50 
294.81 

960.39 

5,885.00 

59.65 


396.43 


5,065.86 
278.19 


184.84 
437.21 

221.17 
153.00 


144.56 
176.78 

50.72 


655.53 
207.59 

286.43 
168 93 


435.98 
663.95 
153.72 
343.92 


278.22 

244.90 

6.38 


380.80 
129.79 

4.77 


1,730.80 

1,220.60 

202.42 

562 66 


143.83 






62.09 


752 72 


757.60 






1,655.48 


1,025.00 


879.00 


546.00 


880.00 


3,567.00 
216.13 














18,208.07 


9,362.47 


5,711.10 


21,902.76 


53,142.25 


9,370.76 


45,116.20 


280.21 


1,032.54 


194.17 


3,064.61 


1,953.01 


2,633.69 


1,885.05 
















384 

95 

9 


93 
33 
36 


130 

45 

3 


392 

103 

12 


1,165 

192 

24 


277 

80 

5 


760 

181 

68 


488 


162 


178 


507 


1,381 


362 


1,009 



274 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population . . 



Plattsville 
P.V. 



Point 

Edward 

1,177 



Port 

Colborne 

6,503 



Port 
Credit 
1,901 



Port 

Dalhousie 

1,590 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ c. 

2,490.26 
1,054.21 
1,128.63 



5,842.74 

2,254.64 

30,904.93 



408.00 
59.80 



1,666.34 

78.16 

520.00 



$ 

30,157 
17,241 
15,823 
6,856 
8,336 
1,434 
1,116 



14,810.88 
6,718.56 
3,218.64 
1,077.27 
2,669.60 



15,699.86 
3,402.95 
5,358.27 



1,578.00 



403.93 



750.52 



Total earnings 



5,140.90 



41,266.81 



80,967.67 



28,898.88 



26,789.60 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



3,651.32 



36,620.05 



40,901.59 



20,284.17 



17,735.61 



9.23 
3.50 



256.06 



18.10 



232.88 

18.02 

6.22 



327.29 
5.38 

189.83 

61.20 

604.78 

987.23 

20.70 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



86.47 
254.20 
333.00 



269.53 

614.62 

1,291.00 



3,286.30 

1,059.50 

2,324.71 

79.32 

2,060.42 
46.63 

2,170.48 

3,558.21 
218.11 
910.59 

2,829.75 

9,274.81 
5,354.00 



1,360.80 
167.30 
142.37 
864.98 

446.58 



982.95 
293.06 
100.52 



332.77 

717.08 

1,859.00 

154.88 



2,229.73 

2.40 

448.10 

772.70 

330.87 
53.30 

920.69 

1,301.08 

59.00 

362 63 

391.62 

513.27 

1,156.00 

150.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



4,612.94 



41,247.67 



74,074.42 



27,706.46 



26,427.00 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



527.96 



19.14 



6,893.25 



1,192.42 



362.60 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total 



109 
24 

1 

134 



305 
44 
10 

359 



1,492 

249 

24 

1,765 



515 

93 

8 

616 



620 
55 
14 

689 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



275 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Port Dover 
1,705 


Port Rowan 
556 


Port Stanley 
*741 


Preston 
6,422 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,317 


$ c. 

8,789.84 
4,840.75 
4,459 39 


$ c. 

3,084.17 

2,288.18 

104.73 


$ c. 

13,025.42 

4,393.73 

3,320.71 

780.15 

2,452.30 


$ c. 

31,794.80 

19,482.98 

42,271.52 

993.00 

5,523.67 


$ c. 

2,425.10 

884.12 

1,759.85 


$ c. 

3,271.93 
1,113.03 


$ c. 

8,538.59 
4,141.81 
1,709 12 






383 90 


2,712.12 


867.16 
40.80 
70.00 


468.00 


312.03 


1,470.00 


112.62 


418.60 


644.53 


67.71 


32.00 


8.76 


20,914.72 


6,455.04 


24,390.91 


100,710.50 


5,604.78 


4,728.99 


16,252.18 


11,465.47 


2,809.40 


15,499.80 


72,135.47 
4,584.83 


4,162.22 


2,601.83 


11,310.15 














2,056.44 
193.83 


118.18 

9.15 

208.01 


2,578.12 

17.90 

372.37 

215.30 

215.27 
322.50 
923.79 
855.15 
87.43 
415.63 
133.07 

1,100.60 

1,615.00 


2,624.36 

185.81 

666.08 

33.22 

400.44 


173.44 


112.28 

26.15 

6.75 

91.34 

22.85 


1,168.85 


386.47 
68.21 


.40 


127.24 
238.94 


428.83 
60.00 


80.19 


91.95 


298.45 


736.37 
809.18 
181.09 


202.98 

42.05 

6.68 


1,709.87 

2,533.63 

967.01 

338.05 

1,426.76 

4,196.61 

9,973.00 


196.80 
57.68 


i29.12 

131.10 

6.14 


691.35 

338.41 

23.40 


71.87 






201.41 
1,629.46 
1,704.00 


391.38 
567.65 
432.00 


58.61 
172.32 
304 00 


142.53 
656.03 
435.00 


66.12 
410.01 
697.00 
















19,992.63 


4,867.67 


24,351.93 


101,775.14 


5,217.42 


4,361.12 


15,369.92 


922.09 


1,587.37 


38.98 




387.36 


367.87 


882.26 




1,064.64 
















632 

119 

16 


136 

44 

3 


697 

100 

9 


1,526 

227 

46 


87 

20 

3 


77 
13 


367 
68 
13 








767 


183 


806 


1,799 


110 


* 90 


448 



'Winter population 741. Summer population estimated 3,500. 



276 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



Ridgetown 
1,958 



Riverside 
5,090 



Rockwood 
P.V. 



Rodney 
695 



St. 

Catharines 

27,647 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ c. 
8,710.57 
7,055.04 
3,253.66 

988.62 
3,534.79 

182.88 

415.29 



$ c. 
37,741.62 
4,590.50 
3,195.20 
2,638.30 
3,567.74 



$ c. 
3,846.70 
1,040.49 

319.35 



$ c. 
3,370.91 
2,644.84 
1,915.25 



$ c. 

134,293.12 

66,906.72 

158,022.59 



789.75 



1,091.96 



24.08 



1,285.71 
""i'.U 



26,669.12 
"6,958.31 



Total earnings . 



24,140.85 



52,825.32 



6,020.37 



9,219.45 



392,849.86 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance v . 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



16,315.95 



26,994.88 



3,775.20 



6,531.98 



283,855.40 
5,627.73 



945.66 

"18.05 

604.49 

498.08 

801.01 



1,099.99 

916.36 

93.78 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



290.68 

507.35 

1,673.00 



2,048.45 
238.66 
563.19 
635.23 

604.99 

231.00 

2,183.75 

3,336.49 

440.41 

518.24 

1,606.98 

5,333.74 

4,565.00 



129.83 



87.68 
30.00 

55.40 



295.73 

35.65 

286.91 



208.58 



564.06 



325.44 

402.96 

24.92 



96.02 
106.38 
547.00 



542.00 
79.31 



13,580.80 
1,722.87 
5,625.67 
2,757.62 

2,800.92 
1,006.99 
12,151.36 
9,594.91 
4,871.81 
1,111.43 
7,909.90 

5,568.29 

22,015.00 

2,000.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



23,764.40 



49,301.01 



5,391.57 



8,733.48 



382,200.70 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



376.45 



3,524.31 



628.80 



485.97 



10,649.16 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



Total 



568 

142 

20 

730 



1,342 
55 

8 

1,405 



162 

34 

2 

198 



244 

79 

6 

329 



6,996 
866 
160 

8,022 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



277 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



St. Clair 

Beach 

108 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,033 


St. Thomas 
16,352 


Sarnia 
18,269 


Scarboro 
Twp. 


$ c. 
2,172.80 
2,357.41 

304.54 


$ c. 
3,168.32 
1,525.11 
2,438.87 


$ c. 
3,943.63 
1,642.93 
4,745.55 


$ c. 

27,377.56 

10,777.40 

19,206.52 

3,451.02 

4,890.50 


$ c. 

120,555.72 

53,457.20 

53,289.37 

5,355.74 

14,905.92 


$ c. 

92,171.80 

49,454.90 

143,827.36 

4,892.92 

20,424.23 

419.44 

9,674.54 


$ c. 

112,683.60 

23,451.65 

11,167.91 

13,323.05 




427.91 


430.00 


15,713.43 






132.00 


148.84 


185.49 


721.07 


3,837.78 








4,966.75 


7,709.05 


10,947.60 


66,424.07 


251,401.73 


320,865.19 


176,339.64 


3,053.84 


4,738.38 


8,454.03 


41,254.47 

1,665.50 

696.50 

3,991.62 

73.66 

2,058.87 

1,230.40 

1,081.92 
625.23 

1,254.22 

2,239.64 
535.37 
785.85 

1,571.51 

2,865.99 

5,552.00 

200.00 


178,331.48 
7,827.36 
1,315.19 

7,235.83 

445.95 

3,048.23 

7,115.28 

3,283.48 
2,713.81 
5,159.31 
9,686.66 
4,703.94 
1,493.80 
79.31 


224,045.86 

9,078.48 

157.29 

8,091.54 

416.72 

4,719.65 

2,348.49 

7,075.23 
4,714.65 
8,660.58 
12,282.92 
5,739.33 
1,392.36 
2,365.37 

16,325.38 

21,486.00 


90,307.73 










312.50 

8.10 

65.65 

111.10 


204.14 

68.57 

167.15 


90.09 
23.85 
36.08 
88.46 

50.10 


6,147.44 
1,494.55 
2,077.12 
2,044.00 




148.06 


1,682.24 






217.56 
130.12 


464.07 

107.04 

12.68 


439.62 

159.04 

2.56 


6,025.21 
4,629.94 
1,600 47 




1,424.71 


112.71 


113.90 
298.93 
401.00 




6,187 12 


500.84 




17,048 90 


410 00 


435.00 


16,587.00 


14,083.00 














4,922.42 


6,723.92 


9,778.83 


67,682.75 


249,026.63 


328,899.85 


154,752.43 


44.33 


985.13 


1,168.77 




2,375.10 




21,587.21 




1,258.68 


8,034.66 














73 
8 
1 


150 

35 

2 


132 
31 

7 


1,025 

170 

40 


4,310 

627 

81 


4,732 

666 

81 


5,029 

353 

33 


82 


187 


170 


1,235 


5,018 


5,479 


5,415 



278 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Seaforth 
1,705 


Simcoe 
6,052 


Springfield 
P.V. 


Stamford 
Twp. 


Stouffville 


Population 


1.160 






Earnings 
Domestic service . 


$ c. 

10,255.34 

6,475.62 

3,580.39 

583.38 

2,107.50 

137.80 

42.77 


$ c. 

25,954.71 

30,085.80 

26,467.82 

2,201.89 

4,986.96 


$ c. 

1,828.88 
842.15 
830.35 


$ c. 

57,418.11 
10,947.73 
13,025.76 
1,342.41 
7,857.75 
1,313.51 
1,357.97 


$ c. 
7,132 99 


Commercial light service 


3,517.58 


Commercial power service 


962.95 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


611.50 


1,524.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous - 


2,629.03 


55.75 


408.80 






Total earnings 


23,182.80 


92,326.21 


4,168.63 


93,263.24 


13,546.32 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


15,187.99 
87.51 


54,313.12 
1,036.29 


2,423.72 


39,413.11 


8,185 95 


Substation operation 








1,586.28 

6,344.72 

63.72 

1,863.73 

2,125.50 

1,307.75 
699.35 
2,223.88 
4,641.40 
1,025.88 
1,572.52 
5,593.10 

12,092.02 

7,670.00 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,195.99 

43.84 

433.63 

387.61 

355.76 
238.43 
979.06 
1,071.54 
188.82 
274.61 


5,343.96 
341.08 

1,945.97 
357.72 

931.61 

726.04 

2,071.90 

2,860.46 

244.17 

909.44 

1,953.89 

4,008.02 

4,715.00 

5,000.00 


47.82 


648.72 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


68.89 


27.98 


Consumers' premises expenses 


94.29 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business. . . 


18.75 


158.44 


Billing and collecting 


386.89 
53.23 


552.82 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


244.65 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 
Interest 






143.98 
232.58 
390.00 


14.54 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




264.41 


Depreciation 


2,297.00 


676.00 


Other reserves . 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


22,741.79 


86,758.67 


3,765.86 


88,222.96 


10,867.80 






Net surplus 


441.01 


5,567.54 


402.77 


5,040.28 


2,678.52 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


473 

118 

14 


1,526 

375 

41 


108 

35 

3 


1,895 
155 

17 


386 


Commercial light service 


84 


Power service 


5 






Total 


605 


1,942 


146 


2,067 


475 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



279 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Stratford 
17,159 


Strathroy 
2,917 


Streetsville 
700 


Sutton 
852 


Swansea 
5,831 


Tavistock 
1,063 


Tecumseh 
2,237 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


$ c. 

130,293.56 

55,393.78 

51,087.89 

8,839.63 


$ c. 

20,285.22 
12,142.22 
9,661.05 
1,893.88 
4,078.79 
75.39 
1,613.76 


$ c. 

4,655.51 
1,527.14 
3,015.07 


$ c. 

8,400.59 

4,264.66 

946.38 


$ c. 

71,445.82 
7,662.27 

13,672.28 
2,410.56 
3,750.20 


$ c. 

7,458.62 
3,283.77 
8,544.49 
381.01 
1,317.60 


$ c. 

12,646.47 
4,367.60 
1,893.55 


$ c. 

3,138.98 
1,812.19 
1,866.41 


16,887.79 
189.19 


1,005.50 


2,148.85 


1,299.00 


528.00 


9.341.86 


600.69 


1.33 


877.36 


171.36 


335.96 


432.01 


272,033.70 


49,750.31 


10,803.91 


15,761.81 


99,818.49 


21,156.85 


20,542.58 


7,777.59 


177,429.98 
4,471.60 


33,024.62 
568.45 


4,094.75 
1,112.25 


9,187.55 


65,745.34 


16,595.57 


9,424.37 


6,142.05 


1,859.32 












5,208.55 
736.53 


1,749.56 
219.21 
626.67 

1,085.71 

947.05 
692.55 
1,001.78 
2,958.24 
579.07 
1,001.70 
1,353.05 

1,971.93 

4,047.00 


757.86 
25.00 
61.40 


324.16 


1,834.13 
221.37 
677.09 

1,494.85 

344.66 

7.75 

3,069.02 

2,718.23 

354.98 

808.55 

3,720.42 

4,133.43 

4,839.00 

200.00 


978.71 


1,168.45 
174.01 
634.67 
217.00 

319.10 


302.11 


2,471.04 
3,090.47 


55.94 
200.25 

99.06 


64.45 
281.94 

173.13 


27.14 
65.25 


3,264.82 
2,133.31 


391.94 
163.99 
768.22 
452.45 
33.48 


62.86 
40.00 


6,124.06 
8,952.00 
2,762.18 


546.90 
237.16 
90.18 
327.34 
459.94 

1,856.75 

1,092.00 


615.45 

362.79 

31.42 


1,134.82 

1,156.41 

34.15 

536.17 

431.16 

1,930.65 

1,768.00 


270.41 
110.46 


2,066.37 




17,775.00 

8,338.99 

24,975.00 

300.00 


608.75 

514.64 

724.00 

25.00 


126.14 

264.17 

1,113.00 


59.27 
154.01 
526.00 














271,959.22 


51,826.59 


9.733.73 


14,477.23 


90,168.82 


20,606.77 


18,928.96 


7.759.56 


74.48 




1,070.18 


1,284.58 


9,649.67 


550.08 


1,613.62 


18 03 




2,076.28 


















4,295 
602 
116 


830 

180 

29 


188 

43 

4 


434 

84 

3 


1,855 
84 
13 


292 
91 

8 


579 

53 

3 


134 

44 

7 


5,013 


1,039 


235 


521 


1,952 


391 


635 


185 



280 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population . . 



Thames- 
ville 
833 



Thedford 
595 



Thorndale 
P.V. 



Thorold 
5,001 



Tilbury 
1,980 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ c 
3,651.80 
3,118.06 
1,440.40 

215.27 
1,367.98 



$ c. 
3,148.65 
2,131.15 
1,007.32 



$ c. 
1,734.04 

849.72 
1,091.51 



1,050.00 



384.00 



19,030.70 
7,517.17 

38,142.34 
1,790.45 
3,488.42 



277.55 



125.47 



33.37 



1,366.16 



$ c. 
6,518.04 
7,687.30 
8,058.45 

225.00 
1,809.89 
21 

644.76 



Total earnings 



10,071.06 



7,462.59 



4,092.64 



71,335.24 



24,943.65 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



6,970.11 



4,139.70 



2,338.84 



46,977.71 
3,193.24 



16,660.43 



565.92 
22.04 

381.06 
51.10 

266.90 

15.00 

287.02 

310.41 

38.79 



182.03 
'33.50 



46.28 



99.65 



32.10 



1,501.42 
269.53 
569.56 
266.67 

685.37 



1,212.28 

11.75 

468.19 



237.40 

85.61 

5.97 



77.58 
27.58 



1,525.32 

1,459.72 

118.61 

398.32 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



862.00 
41.05 



230.71 

1,207.84 

487.00 



45.95 
116.68 
299.00 



3,349.00 



193.10 
46.60 
593.17 
1,130.90 
169.06 
204.62 
215.34 

512.14 

1,349.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



9,811.40 



6,709.41 



2,984.01 



60,314.47 



22,766.58 



Net surplus. 
Net Loss. .. 



259.66 



753.18 



1,108.63 



11,020.77 



2,177.07 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



236 
81 

7 



150 

51 

3 



1,169 

162 

17 



457 

131 

12 



Total 



324 



204 



96 



1,348 



600 



♦As in the case of other municipalities listed in Statements "A" and "B", the figures for Toronto 
give effect to the annual adjustment of the cost of power for the year ended October 31, 1939. 
In the case of Toronto this adjustment is a credit balance of $56,605.16. In the reports 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Tillsonburg 
3,945 


Toronto 
647,803 


Toronto 
Twp. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Wallaceburg 
4,715 


Wardsville 
236 


$ c. 
18,775.86 
17,545.74 


S c. 
4,450,367.25 
3,000,452.32 
3,853,275.52 
1,204,547.26 
509,960.02 


$ c. 
68,504.83 
21,459.14 
10,447.18 


$ c. 

14,522.60 

856.85 

623.67 


$ c. 
5,499.47 


$ c. 

19,231.93 

12,712.65 

56,048.93 

1,597.32 

4,634.67 

826.09 

1,503.56 


$ c. 
1,373.34 
1,105.23 


9,804.01 




43.26 


1,609.95 






5,064.66 


4,922.88 


J2.205.84 




720.00 


1,208.34 






608.43 


291,699.17 


1,215.70 


370.38 


212.32 


50.00 


54,616.99 


13,310,301.54 


106,549.73 


18,579.34 


5,711.79 


96,555.15 


3,291.83 


34,857.87 
1,095.89 


♦7,022,047.39 
198,006.70 
295,694.56 

331,207.50 

38,979.38 

120,931.71 

234,965.95 

116,034.98 
163,894.10 
424,865.79 
345,844.37 
f242,967.69 


65,708.69 


10,990.54 


3,624.29 


70,020.95 
317.80 


1,706.34 












2,730.69 
136.78 


5,542.39 

352.21 

1,150.77 

1,750.40 

934.98 


2,284.24 


140.76 


2,903.03 

345.74 

817.06 

11.75 

624.47 

55.75 

3,028.03 

2,991.46 

985.53 

589.16 

1,631.87 

3,845.77 

5,947.00 


116.33 


88.24 
111.61 


24.70 


57.15 


20.15 
38.97 


971.28 






56.36 


327.54 








1,475.90 


4,514.63 
5,320.95 
266.72 
1,730.37 
1,928.48 

6,004.86 

11,258.00 

500.00 






127.67 


3,316.04 
167.46 


1,483.83 

92.14 

529.15 

393.07 

1,280.52 

1,435.00 


649.66 


58.17 
15.80 


560.06 






593.72 
1,344.94 


1,057,160.73 
1,389,612.21 
1,013,043.98 


520.38 


112.50 
585.61 


4,147.00 


432.00 


314.00 
25.22 














51,925.02 


12,995,257.04 


106,963.45 


18,513.19 


5,424.24 


94,115.37 


3,177.12 


2,691.97 


315,044.50 




66.15 


287.55 


2,439.78 


114.71 




413.72 
















1,170 
261 


165,660 

25,397 

5,058 


2,397 

206 

39 


362 

4 
8 


158 


1,132 

251 

38 


56 
26 


35 




1 


1,466 


196,115 


2,642 


374 


158 


1,421 


83 



issued by the Toronto Hydro-Electric System, such adjustment will be made in the subsequent 
year in accordance with The Hydro-Electric Power Commission's general authorization dated 
January 25, 1940. 

flncludes $97,000.00 provision for possible York Twp. profit. {Highway lighting. 



282 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



Water- 
down 
904 



Waterford 
1,216 



Waterloo 
8,524 



Watford 
964 



Welland 
11,072 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



4,942.40 

1,780.99 

1,191.35 

86.84 

936.00 



6,038.51 
2,734.28 
5,144.81 
264.95 
1,488.00 



71.95 



263.19 



$ c. 

59,606.94 

25,685.59 

33,269.61 

3,734.65 

7,779.70 

383.71 

2,027.63 



$ c. 

6,890.76 
3,155.54 
3,113.49 

287.64 

1,626.16 

58.56 

433.01 



54,828.34 
32,956.71 
98,498.10 
1,654.57 
11,323.13 



Total earnings 



9,009.53 



15,933.74 



132,487.83 



15,565.16 



5,914 58 
205,175.43 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



5,903.36 



10,871.27 



307.14 



191.05 



198.56 



1,107.86 

72.20 

291.81 

187.06 

238.02 



522.88 

184.94 

29.15 



549.76 
464.46 
100.97 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves 



949.00 



1,205.00 



95,937.82 

2,200.00 

557.56 

5,272.21 

14.94 

1,348.49 

2,014.12 

1,900.25 
110.00 

3,353.63 

2,739.68 
276.06 
621.97 

1,407.45 

5,543.61 

10,836.00 

136.17 



10,385.46 



1,159.26 



86.53 
454.45 

50.98 



536.26 

748.29 

41.34 

136.36 



1,012.00 
65.80 



109,489.77 

6,050.86 

101.62 

5,250.00 

650.68 

2,931.35 

1,310.60 

1,772.51 
1,585.36 
4,004.75 
8,651.36 
489.36 
1,597.62 
9,738.93 

8,718.37 

15,216.53 

1,000.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



8,286.08 



15,088.41 



134,269.96 



14,676.73 



178,559.67 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



723.45 



845.33 



888.43 



26,615.76 



1,782.13 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total 



243 
38 

7 

288 



368 
79 
12 

459 



2,036 

260 

71 

2,367 



286 

79 

5 

370 



2,546 
486 

84 

3,116 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 
837 


Weston 
5,099 


Wheatley 
760 


Windsor 
103,813 


Woodbridge 
830 


Woodstock 
11,418 


$ c. 

2,371.01 
1,546.83 
1,207.13 


$ c. 

3,074.88 
1,985.14 
1,604.92 


$ c. 

47,014.71 

11,041.59 

43,905.58 

426.68 

7,303.26 


$ c. 

4,076.09 
3,386.36 
2,231.24 
435.08 
1,496.12 


$ c. 

694,025.14 
352,996.44 
509,851.66 
20,101.36 
103,365.38 


$ c. 

6,869.14 
2,216.57 
6,887.11 
614.82 
1,114.99 


$ c. 

72,433.51 

42,872.56 

77,281.46 

2,955.07 


660.00 


1,060.02 


8,500.73 


40.20 


18.18 


693.25 


222.00 


985.71 


35.39 


4,125.10 


5,825.17 


7,743.14 


110,385.07 


11,846.89 


1,681,325.69 


17,738.02 


208,168.43 


3,689.48 


4,431.34 


84,180.94 
455.72 


6,440.46 


927,554.44 
34,498.20 
15,112.73 

40,222.32 

8,390.46 

27,251.01 

56,935.09 

37,662.83 
31,660.36 
54,270.68 
43,418.04 
20,659.58 


12,910.78 


158,085.59 
2,749.76 










124.02 


107.66 


203.73 


4,432.27 
160.07 
837.49 

1,995.64 

1,164.89 


792.08 


172.24 


4,603.07 


27.50 


148.37 
62.04 

169.13 


216.92 
62.38 

479.44 

59.12 

487.86 

138.97 

59.22 


20.70 
134.88 

102.86 


3,011.83 
1,888.55 


55.07 
2.50 


2,545.66 
2,484.42 


253.20 


552.09 

152.07 

2.40 


968.64 

3,073.88 

410.44 

434.09 

1,382.45 

4,133.08 

6,249.00 




3,777.88 


228.31 
10.21 


729.49 


6,150.39 
1,953.25 






702.80 






255.45 

832.34 

759.00 

48.46 


35,841.48 
134,984.70 
121,132.00 


279.57 

402.03 

1,000.00 


859.73 






342 45 


398.00 


774.00 
33.32 


15,692.00 












4,771.93 


6,528.49 


109,878.60 


10,631.70 


1,589,593.92 


15,752.55 


204,971.40 


1,053.24 


1,214.65 


506.47 


1,215.19 


91,731.77 


1,985.47 


3,197.03 
















128 

49 
4 


214 

48 

5 


1,365 

179 

29 


228 

71 

5 


23,557 

3,165 

450 


289 
51 

7 


3,179 

482 

95 


181 


267 


1,573 


304 


27,172 


347 


3,756 



284 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Wyoming 
516 


♦York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,403.29 

1,486.50 

351.32 


$ c. 

487,307.56 
76,318.86 

100,080.73 

7,127.16 

44,793.74 


$ c. 

3,126.35 
2,664.64 


$ c. 
10,341,906.07 


Commercial light service 


5 637,619.34 


Commercial power service 


9,068,785 . 10 


Municipal power 




1,590,100.13 


Street lighting . 


780.00 


693.00 


1,408,246.16 


Merchandise 


16,694.49 


Miscellaneous . 


18.44 


18,709.48 


130.00 


495,375.34 






Total earnings 


5,039.55 


734.337.53 


6,613.99 


28,558,726.63 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,905.16 




4,212.09 


17,216,244.76 


Substation operation 




419,332 . 13 


Substation maintenance 








359,065.73 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


104.70 




106.32 


736,371.37 


Line transformer maintenance 




79,031.49 


Meter maintenance 


169.10 


1605,580.85 


84.94 


306,364.10 


Consumers' premises expenses 


448,685.69 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


159.94 




61.49 


282,230.92 


Promotion of business 




291,051.36 


Billing and collecting 


239.98 

84.95 

9.74 




221.07 

107.65 

13.22 


815,728.96 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 




761,630.58 


Undistributed expenses 




390,363.23 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . . 




56,695.47 


Interest 




12,519.09 
25,247.55 
24,671.00 


149.13 
240.87 
489.00 


1,448,451.39 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




2,244,851.41 


Depreciation 


457.00 


2,024,001.22 


Other reserves 


17,163.30 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


4,130.57 


668,018.49 


5,685.78 


27,897,263.11 


Net surplus 


908.98 


66,319.04 


928.21 


661,463.52 


Net loss 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service. . 


147 

48 

3 


19,289 

1,097 

150 


135 

46 


404,729 


Commercial light service 


59,050 


Power service 


10,620 








Total 


198 


20,536 


181 


474,399 



*For year 1938. Included in Toronto figures. Not added in Summary. 
fToronto Operating Costs. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 












Alliston 
1,405 


Arthur 
1,017 


Barrie 
8,310 


Beaverton 
955 


Beeton 
571 


Bradford 
989 


Brechin 
P.V. 


$ c. 

9,905.36 

6,896.12 

2,446.04 

699.54 


$ c. 

5,353.71 

4,856.10 

610.97 

519.70 

1,462.50 


$ c. 

62,664.44 

40,292.89 

17,968.70 

1,046.34 

6,002.10 

51.85 

829.11 


$ c. 

6,069.35 
2,692.69 
1,350.84 


$ c. 

3,522.56 

2,056.38 

995.95 


$ c. 

6,216.75 
3,985.33 
2,246.29 
298.34 
1,072.00 


$ c. 

1,247.35 

1,021.65 

821.96 


1,977.50 


1,297.82 


1,264.00 


476.50 


33.12 




907.45 


34.50 


53.62 










21,957.68 


12,802.98 


128,855.43 


12,318.15 


7,873.39 


13,872.33 


3,567.46 


13,839.95 


9,681.34 


108,135.73 

825.24 

64.05 

5,533.61 

1,047.01 

878.86 

169.94 

720.55 
2,024.37 
4,920.09 
2,651.30 
358.00 
655.42 
1,087.54 

1,744.00 

8,777.00 

2,152.31 


8,708.21 


5,229.99 


8,768.71 


2,285.45 














621.94 


661.43 


305.42 


241.77 


353.09 


232.52 


42.20 


35.00 


25.03 
111.03 

300.10 




73.00 

7.57 

173.01 




453.78 






413.53 


110.58 


116.91 


161.22 


789.24 




595.66 

434.46 

8.12 


131.32 
134.82 


503.62 

229.95 

51.01 




447.51 
38.76 


438.93 
20.25 


197.31 








1,136.85 

2,011.12 

1,603.00 

28.06 


769.55 
1,016.31 
1,155.00 


170.83 

709.70 

1,376.00 


378.49 

599.04 

724.00 

17.60 


815.43 

1,195.11 

1,081.00 

75.00 


180.47 

134.70 

180.00 

25.00 










21,425.94 


13,888.39 


141,745.02 


12,744.56 


7,573.94 


13,326.50 


3,396.67 


531.74 








299.45 


545.83 


170.79 




1,085.41 


12,889.59 


426.41 












370 

109 

14 


214 

87 
6 


2,152 

422 

50 


328 

67 

9 


133 

34 

4 


243 

68 

8 


33 
22 

4 


493 


307 


2,624 


404 


171 


319 


59 



286 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



Total earnings . 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest _ 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



Canning- 
ton 
756 



$ c. 

5,321.50 

2,272.92 

512.08 



1,144.69 
"i56.52 



9,407.71 



6,408.26 



654.85 



205.55 
210.12 

164.66 



580.67 
199.81 



241.71 
845.51 
866.00 



10,377.14 



969.43 



Chats- 
worth 
337 



1,868.85 
1,415.79 



533.00 
'35.88 



3,853.52 



2,718.15 



118.01 
86.93 
10.99 



46.39 



321.59 
5.00 



8.07 
113.99 
317.00 



3,746.12 



107.40 



Chesley 
1,743 



$ c. 

8,790.72 

5,411.68 

6,102.33 

620.20 

1,377.10 

180.49 

177.19 



22,659.71 



18,992 . 10 



555.10 
52.59 

204.68 
21.37 

163.22 



606.76 

768.82 

24.05 

15.50 

5.15 



1,713.00 



23,122.34 



462.63 



Coldwater 
612 



3,550.73 
1,528.54 
5,997.63 



873.00 



180.00 



12,129.90 



9,245.53 



476.07 



127.90 
103.42 

224.33 



390.74 
173.93 



123.09 

368.53 

694.00 

30.00 



11,957.54 



172.36 



Colling- 
wood 
5,322 



$ c. 

27,523.92 

13,284.43 

13,393.18 

1,520.87 

3,808.03 



1,043.57 



60,574.00 



48,070.82 
477.83 



1,729.15 
382.35 

1.220.02 
138.95 

717.80 



2,078.90 

1,015.87 

209.70 

393.83 



4,724.00 
250.00 



61,409.22 



835.22 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total 



250 
67 
10 

327 



87 
35 



122 



432 

102 

21 

555 



160 

49 

3 

212 



1,382 

191 

54 

1,627 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Cookstown 
P.V. 


Creemore 
615 


Dundalk 
700 


Durham 
1,864 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
455 


$ c. 

2,254.81 

1,485.00 

861.74 


$ c. 

2,910.21 
1,987.61 
1,012.35 


$ c. 

3,176.45 
2,860.62 
2,861.53 


$ c. 

6,979.40 
5,121.51 
3,307.79 
642.17 
1,616.00 


$ c. 

3,641.26 

1,738.24 

2,449.30 

140.28 

790.50 


$ c. 

1,245.14 

670.34 

1,095.54 


$ c. 

2,561.14 

1.925.25 

544.91 


855.00 


744.00 


1,230.00 


442.58 


626.60 


134.13 


90.00 


135.00 


383.52 


145.70 


100.64 


123.95 


5,590.68 


6,744.17 


10,263.60 


18,050.39 


8,905.28 


3,554.24 


5,781.85 


3,239.27 


5,344.98 


7,919.39 


12,623.87 


6,249.84 


2,353.16 


2,930.18 
















183. 3« 


194 82 


630.56 


929.02 

3.75 

87.47 

72.21 

271.40 
8.23 
713.13 
782.02 
66.41 
223.97 


506.74 


51.64 


135.19 


66.42 




20.60 
38.37 

302.71 


99.26 
117.40 

159.75 




45 15 








7.46 


60.60 


123.06 


21.40 


65.42 


245.46 


233.62 
46.31 




260.61 
220.77 






67.37 
6.27 


916.75 


199.88 


457.12 














314.74 


2.45 




80.73 
374.63 
813.00 




320.30 


412 . 74 








347.38 


612.00 


508.00 


564.00 


1,393.00 


307.00 


436.00 
















5,208.25 


6,453.24 


10,392.38 


17,174.48 


8,882.73 


2,933.08 


4,744.20 


382.43 


290.93 




875.91 


22.55 


621.16 


1,037.65 




128.78 
















105 

32 

3 


161 

60 

4 


194 

73 

6 


448 

106 

14 


174 

50 

8 


65 
23 

1 


137 

51 

2 


140 


225 


273 


568 


232 


89 


190 



288 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



Grand 

Valley 

605 



Gravenhurst 
2,135 



Hanover 
3,215 



Holstein 
P.V. 



Huntsville 
2,770 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ c. 

3,433.97 
2,162.78 
1,439.01 



$ 



c. 



920.00 
198.78 



9,999.56 

8,082.09 

11,202.97 

649.13 

2,092.98 

519.47 

211.62 



$ c. 

19,974.65 

8,233.93 

18,750.35 

288.01 

2,628.96 

1.22 

1,618.43 



$ 

956.80 
642.09 
134.12 



375.00 



$ c 

13,158.64 

10,519.68 

12,785.12 

1,400.00 

2,780.00 



67.50 



708.26 



Total earnings 



8,154.54 



32,757.82 



51,495.55 



2,175.51 



41,351.70 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



7,091.62 



24,507.47 



34,940.80 



1,262.51 



33,331.59 



290.39 



9.17 



177.64 



2,654.54 
222.03 
482.33 
524.73 

514.58 



2,054.73 

50.05 

304.45 

139.10 

188.84 



68.10 
22.65 



700.85 



1,152.36 
292.20 
715.58 
341.57 
293.19 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves 



676.00 



2,599.00 
150.00 



1,545.84 

997.63 

424.92 

94.85 

621.29 

2,333.22 

4,101.00 



17.96 
188.50 



144.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



8,945.67 



34,449.58 



47,796.72 



1,703.72 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



3,698.83 



471.79 



791.13 



1,691.76 



2,286.11 



318.42 
273.21 

550.20 

426.72 

1,148.77 

1,550.79 

441.95 

199.43 

32.70 

235.40 

1,578.00 

842.48 



43,215.77 



1,864.07 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total 



175 
54 

4 

233 



555 

131 

14 

700 



773 

137 

23 

933 



659 

146 

13 

818 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



289 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Kincardine 
2,464 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


Lucknow 
1,034 


Markdale 
781 


Meaford 
2,811 


Midland 
6,669 


Mildmay 

754 


$ c. 

15,935.33 

9,025.96 

10,496.80 


$ c. 

956.03 
1,100.47 


$ c. 

6,364.73 
3,919.42 
4,198.45 
453.80 
1,610.00 


$ c. 

3,787.61 

2,776.21 

1,034.69 

66.73 

920.00 


$ c. 

13,470.10 
7,945.83 
4,970.02 
1,052.30 
3,040.92 


$ c. 

37,212.45 

17,381.86 

46,107.08 

2.778.36 

6,376.00 


$ c. 

3,410.06 

2,206.89 

928.97 


1,427.42 






4,297.00 


480.00 


699.04 






110.60 


165.78 


803.26 


2,244.64 


139.28 








41,182.51 


2,536.50 


16,657.00 


8,751.02 


31,282.43 


112,100.39 


7,384.24 


27,121.77 
353.00 


1,506.43 


11,125.53 


6,555.63 


20,959.22 


91,563.76 

2,043.12 

379.86 

4,586.89 

21.55 

1,025.15 

338.28 

756.18 
1,479.97 
2,396.16 
1,687.43 
1,160.02 

389.36 


4,769.74 














1,899.20 


169.21 


137.74 

126.50 

89.30 


370.54 
43.65 
63.55 
74.98 

62.92 


2,199.82 

53.41 

173.27 

48.59 

544.19 


141.67 


113.51 




139.45 


224.41 




149.38 


460.70 
10.49 


75.20 


124.89 


91.39 


690.99 








670.92 
813.77 
183.21 
164.96 
1,222.66 

4,161.69 

1,686.00 




916.14 
142 71 


134.37 


1,078.08 
64.92 


541.54 


408.75 


187.92 








682.04 


44.58 
493.46 
260.00 

25.00 


305.24 

1,346.07 

943.00 


219.00 
434.84 
722.00 


497 68 


4,454.71 




547.10 


2,716.00 
177.29 


11,937.00 


283.00 














40,150.88 


2,708.25 


15,341.27 


9,088.65 


32,881.71 


119,764.73 


7,028.16 


1,031.63 




1,315.73 








356 08 




171.75 


337.63 


1,599.28 


7,664.34 










672 

119 

17 


30 
20 


247 

80 

6 


220 

81 
11 


686 

143 

18 


1,540 

205 

50 


169 

50 

3 








808 


50 


333 


312 


847 


1,795 


222 



10— H.E. 



290 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population , . 



Mount 
Forest 
1,840 



Neustadt 
455 



Orangeville 
2,660 



Owen 
Sound 
13,411 



Paisley 
729 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



8,967.74 
7,481.45 
4,562.77 
908.75 
2,171.25 



$ c. 

2,104.67 

1,069.82 

405.24 



202.07 



780.00 
126 '.48 



$ c. 

15,420.02 

10,416.16 

5,268.55 

1,110.34 

2,793.30 

105.94 

434.05 



61,028.31 

41,539.35 

43,974.55 

408.46 

11,784.50 

1,223.46 

1,331.87 



Total earnings . 



24,294.03 



4,486.21 



35,548.36 



161,290.50 



Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



21,178.37 



1,658.47 



26,970.14 



130,938.78 



737.44 
162.15 



180.50 



286.32 



61.83 



1,298.53 

36.28 

234.25 

399.89 

506.66 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves 



755.92 
119.34 
40.78 
145.17 
430.01 

875.23 

1,592.00 



288.91 



923.27 

678.36 

67.73 



59.89 
465.55 
714.00 



165.62 

93.79 

2,397.00 



3,896.42 

5,323.06 

1,491.20 

1,796.02 

29.33 

1,805.37 
711.22 
5,555.09 
5,716.90 
2,127.77 
1,015.54 



8,458.00 
730.22 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



26,322.73 



3,429.15 



33,771.52 



169,594.92 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



1,057.06 



1,776.84 



2,028.70 



8,304.42 



$ 



c. 



4,090.42 
2,738.15 

768.44 



1,170.00 
" 148 '.43 



8,915.44 



5,860.94 



460.88 


92.20 


76.71 




495.06 





315.01 

1,024.41 

633.00 



8,958.21 



42.77 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



Total 



489 

156 

14 

659 



98 
29 

1 

128 



745 

119 

23 

887 



3,373 

578 

99 

4,050 



202 
51 

4 

257 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



291 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Penetan- 

guishene 

4,094 


Port Elgin 
1,321 


Port 

McNicoll 

905 


Port Perry 
1,128 


Price ville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
442 


Rosseau 
305 


$ c. 

12,037.33 

6,703.71 

16,178.45 


$ c. 

9,523.92 
5,908.92 
2,579.67 
764.30 
2,732.72 


$ c. 

4,103.29 

662.63 

43.09 


$ c. 

7,447.92 
3,269.46 
2,287.01 
315.86 
1,665.00 


$ c. 

792.02 

315.88 

79.81 


$ c. 

3,242.20 
1,710.68 
1,306.71 


$ c. 

2,776.97 
1,035.80 


2,392.57 




2,291.00 


938.00 


480.00 


1,073.14 


1,410.00 


95.61 


312.14 




499.18 


1.11 




19.45 










39,698.67 


21,821.67 


5,747.01 


15,484.43 


1,668.82 


7,332.73 


5,242.22 


27,767.72 
479.91 


15,564.86 


3,233.46 


12,041.84 


506.15 


4,533.24 


3,112.57 
















2,547.68 
306.81 


935.25 
118.11 
137.73 
233.62 

286.27 


469.26 


818.86 


197.82 


106.54 
16.81 
91.40 


291.41 


729.06 


158.05 


241.40 




72.80 


659.27 






275.72 


148.82 


202.83 


23.31 


63.51 


50.96 


1,181.61 


652.26 

256.83 

41.10 

152.87 

1,493.53 

1,876.67 

1,140.00 


461.98 

258.37 

50.00 


770.79 
379.99 






221 . 14 


891.37 
168.21 


81.69 


466.55 
15.11 


122.87 


290.62 








301.35 
2,192.84 
3,524.00 


35.93 
172.80 
482.00 


668.86 
1,060.35 
1,043.00 


57.53 
465.57 
231.00 


481.89 
541.57 
543.00 


660.89 
472.93 
295.00 
















41,316.17 


22,889.10 


5,470.67 


17,227.92 


1,563.07 


6,859.62 


5,300.57 






276.34 




105.75 


473.11 




1,617.50 


1,067.43 


1,743.49 


58.35 












662 

107 

24 


448 

113 

6 


220 
20 

1 


340 
81 
12 


36 
10 

1 


120 

49 

1 


62 
22 






793 


567 


241 


433 


47 


170 


84 



292 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population . . 



Shelburne 
1,043 



South- 
ampton 
1,441 



Stayner 
1,043 



Sunderland 
P.V. 



Tara 

474 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ c. 

5,633.39 

3,735.63 

2,170.69 

227.62 

875.25 



10,079.86 
4,026.04 
2,393.77 
1,117.60 
2,456.68 



$ c. 

4,811.51 
3,463.29 
1,907.19 



$ c. 

2,712.02 

1,694.57 

259.10 



340.00 



14.21 



1,130.00 
"i74.i6 



720.00 
U.70 



Total earnings . 



12,982.58 



20,088.16 



11,486.09 



5,400.39 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



10,003.61 



12,121.23 



9,112.86 



3,785.94 



575.14 

115.47 

54.52 



86.21 

6.60 

579.35 

108.51 

13.93 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves 



22.17 

396.23 

1,171.00 



1,242.38 

3.41 

140.65 

150.33 

223.78 
25.80 
783.86 
459.95 
57.84 
240.06 
812.93 

1,474.50 

1,083.00 



686.02 



285.71 



122.28 
13.21 

194.55 



76.11 



118.54 



461.75 

421.86 

9.66 



241.48 
133.85 



1,086.00 



364.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



13,132.74 



18,819.72 



12,108.19 



5,005.63 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



1,268.44 



394.76 



150.16 



622.10 



$ 



c. 



3,185.14 
1,710.52 
1,343.70 



1,168.00 
.69 



7,408.05 



4,259.67 



276.20 
"6:90 



80.49 



591.61 
10.71 



70.42 
601.46 
682.00 



6,579.46 



828.59 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



Total 



301 

79 
14 

394 



502 
94 
12 

608 



271 
92 
12 

375 



116 

45 
2 

163 



151 

39 

5 

195 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



293 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 






Teeswater 
842 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 
557 


Uxbridge 
1,509 


Victoria 

Harbor 

1,023 


Walkerton 
2,463 


Waubaushene 
P.V. 


$ c. 

5,156.75 
2,969.69 
1,065.85 


$ c. 

1,412.20 
541.98 
291.29 


$ c. 

3,538.51 

2,241.91 

254.02 

178.36 

882.00 


$ c. 

8,514.79 
4,483.76 
1,197.18 


$ c. 

3,361.20 
959.36 


$ c. 

15,338.49 

9,836.96 

6,624.99 

543.44 

2,861.28 

393.45 

289.26 


$ c. 

3,220.89 
743.87 
600.69 


180.00 


105.71 
663.00 


130.84 


1,118.00 


566.67 


1,587.00 


482.00 


152.32 




2.04 


5.61 














10,642.61 


2,812.14 


7,096.84 


15,788.34 


5,089.27 


35,887.87 


5,178.29 


6,531.72 


1,779.16 


4,905.51 


13,158.56 


3,046.04 


23,754.75 


3,879.80 
















401.76 


202.03 


396.44 


800.75 


285 35 


969.85 
184.58 
464.97 
126.17 

627.16 


79.96 


88.47 




102.85 


135.82 
230.01 

273.31 


106.50 


109.05 








59.76 
37.85 


63.12 


154.40 


110.39 


38.42 






281.44 
158.24 


362.01 

334.88 

9.82 


360.00 
209.19 


958.26 

1,732.26 

242.97 


223.63 


676.71 
17.27 


102.34 


173.54 












343.72 


51.02 
602.87 
393.00 


280.93 
522.36 
518.00 




1.01 


2,374.04 

2,680.93 

1,694.00 

159.09 


59 55 


1,652.92 






890.00 


861.00 
15.00 


543.00 


422.00 












10,700.18 


3,193.54 


7,320.17 


16,181.16 


4,661.48 


35,969.03 


4,985.95 










427.79 




192.34 


57.57 


381.40 


223.33 


392.82 


81.16 










225 
58 

4 


60 

13 

2 


140 

47 

7 


402 

99 
10 


221 

22 

1 


621 

139 

17 


212 
23 

4 


287 


75 


194 


511 


244 


777 


239 



294 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



Wiarton 
1,723 



Winder- 
mere 
118 



Wingham 
2,123 



Woodville 
421 



GEORGIAN 
BAY 
SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



$ c. 

7,501.29 
8,143.65 
2,876.71 
1,571.39 
2,449.30 



$ c. 

2,688.39 

1,126.15 

129.66 



$ 



c. 



364.00 



423.74 



12,102.13 
8,021.17 
9,179.95 

450.60 
3,082.50 

955.82 
1,089.28 



2,166.95 

1,104.77 

630.66 



634.01 
2i6'66 



516,421.90 
313,155.63 
285,006.45 

24,009.03 

104,141.42 

3,431.70 

16,718.39 



Total earnings . 



22,966.08 



4,308.20 



34,881.45 



4,746.39 



1,262,884.52 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



14,840.00 



1,955.45 



19,106.61 
1,686.04 



3,382.48 



651.26 
242^95 



198.00 
11.80 



2,099.96 



311.39 



399.98 



44.75 



530.48 
17.60 

404.85 



103.71 
31.30 

67.02 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves 



709.85 

552.60 

85.05 

160.91 

1,490.93 

1,515.74 

903.00 

46.30 



151.40 
59.41 



702.41 

2,350.49 

152.80 



268.39 
141.04 



510.26 
521.49 
378.00 



1,752.42 
1,734.85 
3,763.00 



88.84 
322.97 
271.00 
125.00 



936,470.93 
5,865.14 
4,340.33 

53,802.68 
4,362.49 

11,895.50 
5,115.03 

14,616.37 
4,731.25 

36,260.75 

36,977.29 
7,031.63 
4,671.98 

22,08253 

45,147.28 

91,562.00 

4,848.35 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



21,598.57 



3,830.56 



34,301.51 



5,113.14 



1,289,781.53 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



1,367.51 



477.64 



579.94 



366.75 



26,897.01 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total 



401 

117 

17 

535 



560 

150 

25 

735 



115 

33 

2 

150 



23,998 

5,234 

702 

29,934 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



295 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Alexandria 
1,971 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Arnprior 
4,059 


Athens 
670 


Bath 
343 


Belleville 
14,589 


Bloomfield 
653 


$ c. 

7,335.22 
5,369.13 
2,264.04 


$ c. 

1,273.82 
877.24 
416.74 


$ c. 

16,651.71 

10,229.12 

15,464.74 

2,562.93 

3,084.38 

369.21 

257.94 


$ c. 

3,157.54 

1,548.70 

916.67 


$ c. 

1,901.19 
632.28 


$ c. 

75,070.91 

50,232.42 

34,328.07 

3,482.65 

10,340.78 

4,116.36 

2,797.92 


$ c. 

3,241.21 
1,716.21 
1,025.30 


809.96 






1,944.33 


477.30 


1,055.00 


525.00 


704.00 


464.05 


15.25 


136.03 




81.22 








18,186.73 


3,060.35 


48,620.03 


6,813.94 


3,058.47 


180,369.11 


6,767.94 


9,694.36 


1,675.18 


30,111.64 


4,399.67 


1,639.98 


143,380.57 
1,645.67 


4,470.93 














900.17 
70.15 


156.31 


1,043.27 
132.52 
217.21 
347.71 

307.73 

74.35 

3,068.35 

2,333.51 

30.29 


289.27 
167.19 


61.80 


2,583.55 

455.69 

1,560.05 

54.46 

1,971.09 
1,208.53 
3,693.00 
7,329.72 
1,626.18 


49.54 


264.92 


39.17 




76.57 










161.90 
54.36 


51.25 


114.26 


19.80 


127.34 


1,041.90 










470.99 
57.29 


284.64 


303.67 


181.52 


318.64 












398.28 


91.95 
431.15 
206.00 


2,510.22 
1,769.13 
1,123.00 


487.00 
685.84 
570.00 


397.91 
296.58 
232.00 




287.36 


3,103.76 




572.82 


1,645.00 


8,692.00 


626.00 
















17,863.08 


2,935.65 


43,068.93 


7,016.90 


2,829.59 


174,200.51 


6,529.20 


323.65 


124.70 


5,551 . 10 




228.88 


6,168.60 


238 74 




202.96 
















363 

115 
12 


56 

24 

2 


763 

139 

20 


172 

45 
1 


50 
10 


3,314 
643 
100 


170 
43 

7 








490 


82 


922 


218 


60 


4,057 


220 



296 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population . . 



Bowman- 
ville 
3,850 



Brighton 
1,454 



Brockville 
9,995 



Cardinal 
1,556 



Carleton 
Place 

4,278 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



27,222.74 
10,003.12 
48,328.80 



$ c. 

9,203.39 
4,255.87 
3,234.53 



3,866.49 
'2,773.97 



2,055.00 



52,159.51 

24,894.11 

35,554.84 

4,647.66 

8,871.50 



7,276.09 

2,405.82 

522.97 



157.83 



5,353.62 



977.00 
135^00 



$ c. 

,603.80 
,275.63 
,055.92 
,397.24 
,834.89 
46.32 
,545.68 



Total earnings 



92,195.12 



18,906.62 



131,481.24 



11,316.88 



58,759.48 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



70,919.10 

"42.52 

2,250.67 
110.85 
862.16 
623.85 

411.80 

206.22 

2,365.11 

2,446.43 

1,235.71 



9,837.35 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



1,007.03 
3,050.74 
2,737.00 



1,861.22 
111.06 
455.16 

284.11 

219.77 
. 186.10 
414.36 
1,116.50 
376.79 
322.83 
643.44 

1,125.23 

758.00 



92,523.82 

5,100.00 

464.81 

3,470.61 

503.65 

2,343.96 

35.36 

1,375.89 
4.17 
2,257.83 
5,016.19 
1,145.02 
762.18 



6,871.66 



1,162.86 



44.43 
2.01 

265.15 



11,189.00 



624.43 

513.28 

670.24 

504.00 

50.00 



40,539.69 

" 178.86 

1,775.22 
220.32 
634.39 
240.05 

516.42 

353.12 

1,886.44 

3,447.26 

673.50 

475.23 

1,754.57 

3,418.18 

2,472.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



88,269.19 



17,711.92 



126,192.49 



10,708.06 



58,585.25 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



3,925.93 



1,194.70 



5,288.75 



608.82 



174.23 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



Total 



1,161 
152 

27 

1,340 



511 

95 

9 

615 



2,843 

423 

75 

3,341 



371 

61 

3 

435 



1,010 

195 

18 

1,223 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



297 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Chesterville 
1,083 


Cobden 
627 


Cobourg 
5,307 


Colborne 
955 


Deseronto 
1,300 


Finch 
337 


Hastings 
757 


Havelock 
1.147 


$ c. 

4,548.00 
3,604.46 
1,909.23 


$ c. 

2,127.91 

2,534.74 

334.36 


$ c. 

34,441.01 

19,472.68 

22,416.56 

2,112.46 

5,850.88 


$ c. 

5,375.34 
3,183.90 
569.91 
215.53 
1,508.00 
386.30 
181.35 


$ c. 

5,654.28 
2,092.35 
1,176.26 
734.65 
1,369.80 


$ c. 

2,205.80 

1,636.94 

335.67 


$ c. 

3,758.61 

2,197.22 

244.49 


$ c. 

5,288.26 
2,944.33 
2,260.06 


1,040.00 
454.30 


765.00 


468.00 


1,293.73 


1,512.00 


424.05 


28.01 


2,901.57 


145.64 


137.29 


355.85 


464.32 


11,980.04 


5,790.02 


87,195.16 


11,420.33 


11,172.98 


4,783.70 


7,849.90 


12,468.97 


8,267.76 


3,311.83 


59,967.31 


5,925.62 


6,499.40 


3,191.75 


3,938.47 


6,139.10 


















1,071.75 


46.08 


2,673.60 
217.81 
478.97 
317.01 

672.69 

25.00 

2,278.07 

3,434.81 

1,017.46 


1,120.00 

17.15 

108.77 

285.76 

147.48 


1,739.35 


201.00 


714.36 

78.75 
103.64 


919.47 


152.05 


40.47 


307.49 
227.77 

397.95 
17.27 

497.40 

466.55 
65.59 

236.02 
80.99 

644.53 

486.00 






9.38 


33.24 
63.63 


209 32 


146.65 
333.08 


171.97 


95.94 


216.68 


543.48 


287.45 
120.90 










547.21 


1,443.50 
177.58 
442 . 48 
618.22 

545.69 

383.00 


3i6.02 


569.30 
38.34 


541.69 








250 75 




354.86 
545.14 
141.00 


2,644.43 

4,867.78 

4,261.00 

200.00 


249.75 
361.24 
334.00 


885.85 
876.10 
617.00 


349 66 




2,518 71 


655.00 


1,035.00 
















11,726.36 


5,019.70 


83,055.94 


11,215.25 


11,666.31 


4,744.63 


7,917.75 


12,180.38 


253.68 


770.32 


4,139.22 


205.08 




39.07 




288.59 




493.33 


67.85 
















249 

76 

3 


117 

53 

1 


1,447 

221 

51 


257 

77 
4 


308 
65 

7 


93 

37 

1 


213 
53 

4 


291 

58 

3 


328 


171 


1,719 


338 


380 


131 


270 


352 



298 



|TH I RTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Kemptville 
1,218 


Kingston 
23,355 


Lakefield 
1,308 


Lanark 
723 


Lancaster 


Population 


511 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

7,103.67 
4,973.81 
4,543.84 


$ c. 

139,065.46 
89,951.79 

102,352.71 

8,229.87 

20,925.33 


$ c. 

5,925.37 
4,147.92 
3,578.48 


$ c. 

2,693.77 
1,538.04 


$ c. 
2,071.61 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


1,612.90 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 


1,772.50 


1,726.22 


533.00 


640.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,000.01 


2,179.63 


419.52 


113.32 


3.87 


Total earnings 


19,393.83 


362,704.79 


15,797.51 


4,878.13 


4,328.38 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


11,672.01 


233,755.84 
5,511.68 
2,583.35 

14,801.82 
1,265.36 
4,612.11 
2,506.83 

5,644.26 
488.10 
5,744.59 
11,426.57 
8,122.48 
2,338.43 
2,896.45 

2,592.50 

30,534.00 

2,500.00 


10,246.93 


2,987.63 


2,177.03 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 


1,240.42 

48.52 

383.03 

67.44 

183.65 
167.80 
1,130.67 
361.58 
79.28 
340.05 
967.82 

902.61 

1,247.00 


904.47 


120.27 


106.46 


Meter maintenance 


181.62 


166.25 


132.82 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 


224.43 


63.41 


41.23 


Billing and collecting 


521.41 
625.51 
116.40 






General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses. . . 


389.97 


374.16 


Truck operation and maintenance . 






Interest 


1,360.45 
1,204.91 
1,387.00 


39.52 
658.81 
347.00 




Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures. . 




Depreciation 

Other reserves . . 


353.00 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


18,791.88 


337,324.37 


16,773.13 


4,772.86 


3,184.70 






Net surplus 


601.95 


25,380.42 




105.27 


1,143.68 


Net loss. . 


975.62 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


342 

85 

6 


6,362 
943 
155 


327 

71 
6 


158 
40 


93 


Commercial light service 


36 


Power service. . 










Total 


433 


7,460 


404 


198 


129 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



299 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 






Lindsay 
7,138 


Madoc 
1,108 


Marmora 
995 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 

758 


Millbrook 
737 


Morrisburg 
1,853 


Napanee 
3,148 


$ c. 

41,893.05 
26,958.45 

28,577.42 


$ c. 

4,873.58 
3,850.94 
1,131.44 


$ c. 

3,697.68 

1,973.69 

322.06 


$ c. 

684.89 
954.20 


$ c. 

3,562.39 
2,689.51 


$ c. 

3,720.54 

1,850.08 

464.63 


$ c. 

8,542.20 
5,654.00 
1,870.00 
531.79 
2,736.00 


$ c. 

23,406.30 

15,038.02 

9,345.06 


2,736.34 






612.99 


6,446.45 


1,347.00 


1,298.00 


172.33 


1,199.25 


867.60 


4,231.00 
33.20 


4,839.10 


108.37 


27.66 


51.12 


65.76 


36.45 


142.23 


137.59 


111,450.81 


11,311.33 


7,319.09 


1,862.54 


7,516.91 


6,939.30 


19,476.22 


52,804.16 


80,741.74 


8,327.49 


4,441.04 


1,274.19 


4,197.49 


3,174.20 


6,384.61 
1,127.95 


34,950.67 
















1,645.14 
687.57 


1,244.55 


699.61 


100.73 


278.54 


495.81 

5.37 

138.29 


2,040.40 


3,529.02 
113 . 78 


2,527.10 


218.36 
54.37 

215.60 




90.32 


132.73 
64.24 

213.10 


135.80 


534 . 71 


1,315.74 




549.64 


2,011.15 
375.51 


148.28 


29.40 


16.05 


236.29 


440.72 
528 31 


3,145.39 










445.36 

1,142.43 

35.83 




1,720 11 


6,405.21 
1,239.60 


960.05 
41.07 


765.55 


144.42 


321.90 


939.21 

154.71 

150.13 

1,939.09 

4,404.12 

659.00 


4,476.67 
2,296 80 












3,867.33 




218.68 

1,051.82 

616.00 






461.77 
279.45 
173.00 


89 69 


6,404.05 








262 55 


4,909.00 


494.00 


173.00 


603.00 
200.00 


1,956.00 
















115,274.53 


11,555.49 


7,940.98 


1,812.06 


6,011.00 


6,367.56 


18,171.31 


51,448.67 








50.48 


1,505.91 


571.74 


1,304.91 


1,355 49 


3,823.72 


244.16 


621.89 
















1,986 
336 

74 


287 

97 

6 


228 

47 
2 


46 
25 


152 

48 


178 

53 

3 


428 
118 

14 


805 

203 

28 










2,396 


390 


277 


71 


200 


234 


560 


1,036 



300 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Newcastle 
700 


Norwood 
710 


Omemee 
553 


Orono 
•P.V. 


Oshawa 


Population 


24,756 






Earnings. 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

5,567.77 
2,849.31 
1,737.21 


$ c. 

4,453.57 

2,346.21 

528.28 


$ c. 

2,510.99 
1,735.66 
2,311.16 


$ c. 

4,731.72 

2,495.69 

59.05 


$ c. 
178,077.15 


Commercial light service 


69,268.55 


Commercial power service 


228,637.92 


Municipal power 


8,297.37 


Street lighting 


650.84 


1,612.90 


1,030.08 


826.09 


12,070.66 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


81.24 


611.02 


82.59 


16.30 


9,451.08 






Total earnings 


10,886.37 


9,551.98 


7,670.48 


8,128.85 


505,802.73 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


4,532.80 


4,017.61 


4,802.89 


3,628.80 


431,238.75 






Substation maintenance 










109.22 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


500.30 

7.65 

102.09 

30.60 

34.34 


552.92 


403.63 

5.40 

56.00 


176.56 

45.84 

123.91 

273.47 

51.01 


6,072.06 


Line transformer maintenance 


380.01 


Meter maintenance 




3,634.91 


Consumers' premises expenses. . . 


228.76 
140.14 


6,545.18 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


143.98 


2,195.81 


Promotion of business 


549.21 


Billing and collecting . . 


876.26 
25.00 
16.06 






688.80 

442.72 

11.00 


10,123.78 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


657.56 


296.18 
12.80 


8,680.16 
4,875.91 


Truck operation and maintenance 


236.49 
1,297.78 

1,455.68 

1,211.00 




Interest 


463.50 
476.99 
772.00 


16.41 
245.43 
745.00 


380.00 
643.50 
157.00 


6,966.50 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 

Depreciation 


14,615.59 
12,791.00 


Other reserves 


359.65 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


7,837.59 


9,797.94 


6,727.72 


6,622.61 


509,137.74 






Net surplus. . . . 


3,048.78 




942.76 


1,506.24 




Net loss 


245.96 


3,335.01 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service . . . .- 


201 

36 

5 


235 

57 

3 


165 

41 
6 


188 

46 

1 


6,334 


Commercial light service 


562 


Power service 


107 






Total 


242 


295 


212 


235 


7,003 







*13 months' operation. 






1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



301 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Ottawa 
144,202 


Perth 

4,174 


Peterborough 
23,984 


Picton 
3,439 


Port Hope 
4,724 


Prescott 
2,925 


Richmond 
403 


$ c. 

532,085.02 

202,576.09 

51,956.73 


$ c. 

24,520.16 
15,108.64 
13,659.56 
1,665.78 
2,841.50 
1,633.36 
2,942.70 


$ c. 

155,334.42 
85,351.84 

120,907.12 

7,011.85 

22,268.00 


$ c. 

21,315.14 
16,028.97 
3,645.58 
1,594.40 
3,672.19 
622.53 
1,665.80 


$ c. 

25,488.75 

12,635.83 

26,826.78 

1,332.60 

4,004.76 


$ c. 

17,332.32 

10,241.08 

3,918.10 

1,202.61 

3,644.70 


$ c. 

2,050.39 
1,470.01 


20,522.21 




78,778.41 


390.00 


5,286.23 


2,172.74 


1,042.53 


161.63 


2.35 


891,204.69 


62,371.70 


393,045.97 


48,544.61 


71,331.25 


36,500.44 


3,912.75 


424,800.14 
28,605.37 


39,624.03 
380.92 


254,241.47 
6,293.31 
1,220.50 

5,004.25 

215.16 

7,032.25 

9,330.46 

5,187.87 
1,848.04 
5,756.22 
7,577.16 
4,575.92 
1,301.99 
27,748.30 

14,263.54 

19,857.00 

500.00 


38,457.23 


59,408.99 


26,401.98 
1,292.50 


2,689.40 


788.81 








21,377.08 
2,715.73 


1,839.49 
199.35 
583.47 
103.92 

454.67 

257.70 

2,013.04 

3,438.51 

650.25 

641.52 

3,237.57 

2,023.21 

4,189.00 

566.00 


2,072.73 
284.51 
611.21 
143.93 

488.77 

127.49 

1,454.78 

2,147.83 

563.50 

489.70 

44.66 


1,621.74 

77.57 

1,520.83 

954.98 

934.81 


3,311.66 
109.20 
178.52 
465.65 

890.48 


135.82 


11,463.11 




3,899.96 




32,331.67 
10,140.54 


32.76 


43,111.47 


2,085.78 

3,473.50 

908.38 

213.41 


1,330.00 
2,309.62 
1,148.54 




28,456.72 
14,790.38 


181.42 


2,056.33 




26,369.89 




250 26 


16,795.73 






316.43 


93,645.81 
55,000.00 


2,302.00 


2,728.00 


3,265.00 


256.00 












816,348.74 


60,202.65 


371,953.44 


49,188.34 


"73,927.99 


40,703.15 


3,862.09 


74,855.95 


2,169.05 


21,092.53 








50 66 




643.73 


2,596.74 


4,202.71 












13,933 

1,381 

189 


1,025 

198 

26 


5,739 
931 
160 


1,008 

196 

29 


1,338 

205 

37 


725 

170 

21 


66 
28 






15,503 


1,249 


6,830 


1,233 


1,580 


916 


94 



302 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality. 
Population . . 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



Total earnings . 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . , 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses . . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



Russell 
P.V. 



$ 

2,775.18 
1,614.08 



784.00 
95^0 



5,268.26 



2,662.01 



226.87 



24.50 
40.63 

96.38 



412.57 



261.55 
575.24 
346.00 



4,645.75 



622.51 



Smiths 
Falls 
7,672 



44,962.72 

16,839.47 

20,592.91 

874.54 

7,489.92 



3,053.38 



93,812.94 



56,520.48 
464.81 
797.33 

4,841.78 

758.83 

1,364.13 

2,595.50 

998.45 

747.47 
3,649.48 
3,129.31 

945.96 
1,136.05 

444.06 

2,717.10 
7,139.00 



88,249.74 



5,563.20 



Stirling 
960 



$ 

5,036.86 

3,642.82 

1,329.69 

287.73 

1,607.04 

156.63 

352.23 



12,413.00 



7,398.94 
264.24 



867.90 

35.75 

176.05 



275.49 



525.46 

1,266.05 

80.88 

177.13 



941.00 



12,008.89 



404.11 



Trenton 
6,833 



$ 

31,247 

19,932 

57,053 

1,847 

6,964 



1,574.36 



118,618.96 



86,590.63 
85.71 



2,585.23 
104.76 

2,234.15 
659.51 

1,151.05 
140.39 
3,350.63 
5,654.01 
2,471.65 
961.86 
2,572.70 

7,089.74 

5,331.00 



120,983.02 



2,364.06 



Tweed 
1,228 



5,991.46 

4,821.78 

2,931.31 

372.35 

2,023.71 

895.29 

109.58 



17,145.48 



9,748.65 



664.23 

3.05 

208.07 



208.70 



710.01 

1,094.03 

183.19 

28.93 

410.48 



586.00 
227.00 



14,072.34 



3,073.14 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



119 
35 



Total 



154 



1,815 
279 

44 

2,138 



289 
79 
13 

381 



1,496 

264 

51 

1,811 



291 
98 
15 

404 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



303 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
916 


Westport 
693 


Whitby 
3,724 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
1,040 


EASTERN 

ONTARIO 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

2,177.11 
1,264.75 


$ c. 

6,016.63 
2,410.29 
1,301.28 


$ c. 

3,490.34 
3,193.76 


$ c. 

24,311.57 

13,106.03 

12,992.71 

1,225.28 

4,087.06 


$ c. 

1,989.98 

3,880.91 

127.44 


$ c. 

6,208.00 
3,921.09 
1,435.73 


$ c. 

1,641,411.79 
817,034.53 
898,496.98 






74,307.90 


615.00 


1,087.32 


1,322.27 


240.00 


944.00 

35.17 

363.17 


255,392.34 

8,748.67 


137.50 


200.00 


160.98 


3,824.88 


463.85 


61,332.36 


4,194.36 


11,015.52 


8,167.35 


59,547.53 


6,702.18 


12,907.16 


3,756,724.57 


2,743.02 


6,731.35 


4,514.89 


36,624.20 


4,365.46 


9,139.73 


2,438,519.51 
50,772 . 16 








220.89 

3,717.65 

44.07 

201.36 

773.16 

562.95 

246.61 

1,616.06 

2,184.31 

296.14 






6,406.29 


96.94 


731.01 


410.34 


187.91 


366.23 


109,061.67 
9,192.62 


9.49 


206.38 
28.43 

142.39 


7.60 


103.10 
18.90 

202.01 


151.60 
61.85 

93.21 


46,935.28 
33,383 . 18 


48.25 


145.94 


63,734.09 
18,079.37 










599.73 
245.46 


108,932 . 42 


225.14 


609.33 
38.32 


994.09 


711.75 


133,853.14 
50,098 80 




60.85 
603.32 

625.79 

264.00 






12,622 36 


484.56 


472.55 
933.88 
887.00 


1,004.78 
3,028.54 
3,882.00 




228.31 
545.39 
739.00 


98,372 . 78 


314.58 




109,910.04 


267.00 


279.00 
100.00 


244,696.81 
59,702 65 














4,188.98 


10,780.64 


7,626.82 


54,402.72 


5,968.13 


12,170.51 


3,594,273.17 


5.38 


234.88 


540.53 


5,144.81 


734.05 


736.65 


162,451.40 
















137 
44 


321 

66 

5 


113 
51 


908 

166 

23 


101 
53 

1 


289 

83 

3 


61,987 
9,756 
1,381 








181 


392 


164 


1,097 


155 


375 


73,124 



304 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Fort William 
24,301 


Nipigon 
Twp. 


Port Arthur 
20,872 


THUNDER 
BAY 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

197,320.43 
70,166.68 
43,551.48 
25,130.87 
19,541.13 


$ c. 

3,462.47 

3,261.85 

181.57 

503.26 

593.00 


$ c. 

115,345.20 
67,007.50 

621,703.24 
34,305.31 
19,590.56 


$ c. 
316,128 10 


Commercial light service 


140,436 03 


Commercial power service 


665,436 29 


Municipal power 


59,939 44 


Street lighting 


39,724 69 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


2,337.04 


196.25 


15,043.99 


17,577 28 






Total earnings 


358,047.63 


8,198.40 


872,995.80 


1,239 241 83 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


254,401.76 

7,650.74 

950.36 

7,841.01 

133.77 

8,346.36 

1,069.52 

7,132.22 
775.92 

14,943.89 
5,344.83 
3,910.27 
1,529.61 

15,416.30 

7,943.17 

16,502.00 

1,907.10 


3,958.86 


749,477.84 

25,212.33 

6,250.54 

17,665.12 

977.61 

7,706.14 


1,007,838 46 




32,863 07 


Substation maintenance 




7,200 90 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


542.30 
71.14 
39.10 


26,048.43 


Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 


1,182.52 
16,091 60 


Consumers' premises expenses 


1,069.52 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


37.63 
30.00 


5,078.95 
2,799.74 
12,770.54 
13,734.42 
7,966.13 
1,410.49 
2,121.15 

1,892.47 

29,023.94 

3,500.00 


12,248.80 


Promotion of business 


3,605.66 


Billing and collecting 


27,714.43 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 


947.05 
56.70 


20,026.30 

11,933.10 

2,940.10 


261.19 
614.62 
649.00 


17,798.64 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 

Depreciation 


10,450.26 
46,174.94 


Other reserves 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


355,798.83 


7,207.59 


887,587.41 


1,250,593.83 


Net surplus 


2,248.80 


990.81 






Net loss 


14,591.61 


11,352.00 









Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


5,841 
930 
117 


195 

57 

2 


4,972 
821 
109 


11,008 


Commercial light service 


1,808 


Power service 


228 






Total 


6,888 


254 


5,902 


13,044 







1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



305 



"B"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1939 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 
DISTRICTS 



Capreol 
1,680 


Sioux Lookout 
*1,901 


Sudbury 
26,463 


NORTHERN 

ONTARIO 

DISTRICTS 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

9,684.77 
3,987.81 


$ c. 

3,716.76 
3,481.21 


$ c. 

209,478.98 

161,430.19 

39,994.84 

11,880.48 

21,907.37 


$ c. 

222,880.51 

168,899.21 

39,994.84 

12,620.75 

23,585.72 


$ c. 

13,038,748.37 

7,077,144.74 

10,957,719.66 


740.27 




1,760,977.25 


1,257.67 


420.68 


1,831,090.33 
28,874.86 


165.58 




4,066.54 


4,232.12 


595,235.49 








15,836.10 


7,618.65 


448,758.40 


472,213.15 


35,289,790.70 


5,808.92 


8,750.01 


241,962.61 
8,154.75 


256,521.54 
8,154.75 


21,855,595.20 
516,987.25 






377,013.25 


1,750.10 

34.03 

134.55 


257.05 
72.90 
27.85 


16,568.29 

1,701.67 

4,696.83 

727.13 

10,638.92 


18,575.44 

1,808.60 

4,859.23 

727.13 

11,241.37 


943,859.59 

95,577.72 

386,145.71 

488,980.55 


551.75 


50.70 


384,071.55 
317,467.64 


1,093.36 

1,051.37 

100.80 


527.66 
111.66 


17,808.08 

12,900.64 

3,929.09 

3,233.15 

7,168.04 

9,151.18 

14,901.00 

15,000.00 


19,429.10 

14,063.67 

4,029.89 

3,333.55 

7,334.98 

10,082.31 

15,739.60 

15,068.36 


1,008,065.66 
966,550.98 
463,456 65 




100.40 


80,263 46 


166.94 


1,594,040.32 


931 . 13 




2,420,441 30 


743.00 
68.36 


95.60 


2,422,174.57 
102,189 76 








12,434.31 


9,993.83 


368,541.38 


390,969.52 


34,422,881.16 


3,401 . 79 




80,217.02 


81,243.63 


866,909 54 




2,375.18 












307 

49 

1 


524 
115 


6,731 

1,059 

140 


7,562 

1,223 

141 


509,284 
77,071 
13,072 








357 


639 


7,930 


8,926 


599,427 



*Four months' operation. 



306 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C" 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, 



December 31, 1939; showing 
and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Acton. 



Agincourt . 
Ailsa Craig 

Alexandria. 

Alliston . . . 

Alvinston. . 



Amherstburg. . 

Ancaster Twp. 
Apple Hill.... 
Arkona 



Arnprior. 
Arthur . . 
Athens. . 



Aylmer. 
Ayr 



1,869 



483 
1,971 
1,405 

650 

2,857 



397 

4,059 

1,035 

670 

2,156 

730 



134 
5 
2 

8 

62 

1 

1 

4 

63 

66 
2 

138 
1 

101 
12 

84 
6 

72 
41 
16 

32 
49 

33 

48 

4 

177 
10 

90 




80 c.p. 

80 c.p. 
400 c.p. 

60 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 

100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt m 

100 watt (llmos.)m 
300 watt m 

Traffic signal m 



100 watt 
500 watt 



$ c. 

9.001 
12.00 
18.00 

4.00 

9.00 
12.00 
18.50 
20.00^ 

12.00 

10.00 
18.00 

14.00 
24.00 

17.50 
17.50. 

17.00 
26.00 

15.00 
20.00 
26.00 

11.50\ 

14.00/ 

14.50 

20.00 
28.00 

18.00 
27.00 

15.50 

12.001 
25.00/ 

10.001 
10.00 
25. 00[ 
40.00J 

10.00\ 
36.00/ 



1,983.06 

756.00 
683.30 

1,944.33 

1,977.50 

1,584.00 

2,311.18 



1,054.00 


** 


477.30 


** 


1,072.00 


2.70 


3,084.38 


0.76 


1,462.50 


1.41 


1,055.00 


1.57 



2,575.83 



1,028.00 



$ c. 



1.06 



1.41 
0.99 
1.41 
2.44 

tt 



1.19 



1.41 



Note: The "Cost to municipality in 1939" represents the charges billed to the municipality 
by the utility for street lighting service in the calendar year. This total charge differs in some 
cases from the total computed for the installation at the rates shown, for the following reasons: — 
First: Certain equipment may have been in service for less than twelve months. Second: More 
equipment than shown for December 31 may have been in service earlier in the year. 

**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 

tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



307 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Baden. 



Barrie. 



Belle River 




8,310 



Bath 


343 


Beach ville 




Beamsville 


1,161 


Beaverton 


955 


Beeton 


571 



814 



14,589 



1,758 

653 
656 

600 

694 



79 

479 

14 

48 

13 

3 

13 
1 



21 

47 

52 

5 

40 

54 

108 

11 

6 

65 

14 

81 



539 
19 
52 
22 
16 
3 
24 

217 

166 
3 

12 
1 

1 

64 

90 
20 

48 
23 

70 
21 



100 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

200 watt m 

(Dock) 200 watt m 

(6 mos.) 
300 watt 
(Monument) 
500 watt 

100 watt 



100 watt 

80 c.p. 

60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt m 

100 watt (6 mos.)m 
500 watt m 



150 c.p. 
100 watt 



100 watt m 

Decorative lights m 



100 
250 
1,000 
100 
200 
200 
250 
300 



c.p. 

c.p. 

c.p. 

watt 

watt 

watt 

watt 

watt 



150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
Traffic light 
500 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 



$ c. 
9.00 

9.00 
17.00 
22.00 
15.00 
12.00 

25.00 

30.00, 

25.00 

11.00 

8.00] 

8.00 

12. OOf 

18.00J 

10,00 

7.00 

25.00 

16.00 
16.00 

12.00] 

50c. perl 

100 watts f 

per month J 

7.00] 
15.00 
30.00 

9.50 
12.50f 
15.00 
14.50 
20.00. 

12.00] 
28.00| 
37.00^ 
16.00| 
33.00J 

11.00 

13.00 

20.50 

12.001 
21.50/ 

10.00) 
25. OOf 



$ c. 
711.00 



6,002.10 

525.00 
517.00 

1,908.00 

1,297.82 
1,264.00 

1,030.00 
10,340.78 



2,626.15 

704.00 
1,580.00 

1,070.52 

1,225.02 



$ c. 

** 



0.72 

1.53 

** 

1.64 

1.36 
2.21 

1.27 



0.71 



1.49 

1.08 
2.41 

1.78 

1.77 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system, m Multiple system. 



308 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Bowman ville. 



Bradford 



Brampton 



Brantford 



Brantford Twp. 
Brechin 



Bridgeport. 



Brigden . 
Brighton 



Brockville 



Brussels 

Bur ford .... 
Burgessville. 

Caledonia. . 



Campbellville 



Cannington. 



3,850 



988 



5,695 



31,369 



1,454 



9,995 



773 



1,425 



756 



387 

34 

60 
12 

46 
21 

137 

650 
10 
35 
51 
13 

81 
18 

67 

24 

147 

20 

9 

2 

10 
1 

20 

65 
1 
3 
3 



100 c.p. s 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

150 c.p. s 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

500 watt m 

500 watt m 

300 watt m 

1,500 c.p. s 

100 watt m 

250 watt m 

300 watt m 

750 watt m 

750 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 
100 watt (bridge) m 



60 watt 
100 watt 

100 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
200 watt orn. 

3 It. stands. 

5 It. stands. 
300 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 



100 watt m 

100 watt (bridge) m 
100 watt (twp.) m 
200 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 



100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 



$ c. 
10.00 
30.00 
53.00 

16.00 
16.00 

8.00] 
35.00) 
37.501 
28.00J 

45.00 
7.50 
10.00 
16.00 
37.00 
46.00, 

11.00 

14.00 

13.00 
8.00 

11.00 
14.00 

15.00 

10. (XT 
19.00 
21.00 
24.00 
20.00, 

12.00 
18.00 

10.00 

13.00 

9.00) 
9.50 
13.00 
14.00 
22.50 
32.00. 

23.00 

15.00) 
18.50 
22. OOf 
32.00J 



n> c. 
3,866.49 

1,072.00 
6,458.66 

33,593.94 

4,151.87 
476.50 

799.50 

800.00 
2,055.00 

8,871.50 

1,296.00 

670.08 
312.00 

1,908.27 

460.00 
1,144.69 



J Includes Mara and Thorah 
**Population not shown in 
tfCertain additional street 
debenture charges. 



townships. 

Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple 

lighting costs for special service are paid direct in 



system, 
form of 






1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



309 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Capreol . 
Cardinal. 



Carleton Place 
Cayuga 



Chatham . 



Chatsworth. 
Chesley 
Chester ville. 

Chippawa. . 
Clifford .... 



Clinton. 



Cobden 



Cobourg. 



Colborne . . . 

Coldwater . . 
Collingwood 
Comber .... 
Cookstown . 



1,680 
1,556 

4,278 

682 

16,517 

337 
1,815 
1,083 

1,140 
452 

1,888 

627 

5,307 

955 

612 
5,322 



90 

52 
12 

85 

102 

68 

91 
1 

723 
19 
47 
37 
75 

139 

41 
125 

87 

95 
19 

58 
10 

148 

8 

29 

1 

38 
12 

175 

231 

5 

19 

120 
6 

50 
19 

424 

49 

7 

57 



100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

60 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
150 c.p. orn. 
600 c.p. orn. 
1,000 c.p. orn. 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 
250 watt 
500 watt 

60 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 



m 
m 

m 
m 
m 

m 
m 

s 
s 
s 
s 

5 
S 

m 
s 

m 

m 
m 

m 
m 

s 

m 
m 
m 

m 
m 

s 

m 
m 
m 

s 

m 

m 
m 



$ c. 
14.00 

15.001 
21.00/ 

13.00 
20.00 
25. 00 J 

17.001 
20.00/ 

13.001 
16.001 
31.00 
12. OOf 
30.00| 
38. 00 J 

13.00 

11.00 

12.00 

13.00 
25.00 

13.001 
20.00/ 

11.00] 
11.00 
31.00 
55.00J 

13.50 
21.00 

12.00) 
12.00 
23. OOf 

47.50J 

12.001 
12.00/ 

11.001 
17.00/ 

9.00 

12.00 
18.00 

15.00 



$ c. 
1,257.67 



977.00 
4,834.89 
1,437.93 

19,356.31 

533.00 
1,377.10 
1,040.00 

1,689.33 
951.94 

2,705.80 

765.00 



$ c. 
0.75 

0.63 
1.13 
2.11 

tt 

1.58 
0.76 
0.96 

1.48 
2.11 

1.43 

1.22 



5,850.88 


1.13 


1,508.00 


1.58 


873.00 


1.43 


3,808.03 


0.72 


689.50 


** 


855.00 


** 



**Population not shown in 
ffCertain additional street 



debenture charges. 



Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple 
lighting costs for special service are paid direct in 



system, 
form of 



310 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Popula- 
tion 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and style 
of lamps 


Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 


Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Cottam 




32 
43 


100 watt m 
100 watt m 


$ c. 
15.00 

16.00 


$ c. 
480.00 

688.00 


$ c. 

** 


Courtright 


329 


2.09 


Creemore 


615 


62 


100 watt m 


12.00 


744.00 


1.21 


Dash wood 




41 

{ 2 l 


100 watt m 

100 watt m 
100 watt (6 mos.)m 


11.00 

12.00.\ 
12.00/ 


451.01 
270.00 


** 


Delaware 




** 








Delhi 


2,083 


f 175 

i 1 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 
200 watt m 
Traffic light m 


12.001 
17.50 
25. OOf 
17.50J 


2,140.90 


1.03 






Deseronto 


1,300 


137 


100 c.p. 5 


10.00 


1,369.80 


1.05 


Dorchester 




72 
80 


100 watt m 
100 watt m 


10.00 
12.00 


720.00 
960.00 


** 


Drayton 


527 


1.82 


Dresden 


1,572 


f 109 

I 20 

12 

I 15 


100 c.p. s 

400 c.p. s 

100 watt (bridge) m 

50 watt (arch) m 


13.001 
21.501 
12.00 

4.56J 


2,061.48 


1.31 


Drumbo 




41 
50 
82 


100 watt m 
100 watt m 
100 watt m 


13.00 
11.00 
15.00 


528.66 

550.00 

1,230.00 


** 


Dublin 




** 


Dundalk 


700 


1.76 


Dundas 


4,839 




' 286 

12 

54 

6 

20 

5 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 
200 watt m 
200 watt orn. m 
100 watt m 
Memorial square 
300 watt m 


12.00] 
16.00 
32.00 
26.00 

Free 
24. 00, 




5,628.00 


tt 


Dunnville 


3,928 


f 162 
27 

[ 105 


150 c.p. 5 

1,000 c.p. 5 

100 watt m 


10.50] 
31.50[ 

10. 50 J 


3,577.92 


0.91 


Durham 


1,864 


/ 106 

I 6 


150 c.p. s 
400 c.p. 5 


14.00\ 
22.00/ 


1,616.00 


0.87 


Dutton 


793 


IIS 


100 watt m 

60 watt m 
100 watt m 
200 watt m 
250 watt m 
300 watt m 
500 watt m 


9.00 


1,036.44 
21,128.99 


1.31 


East York Twp.. 


< 


f 1 

1,097 

4 

2 

246 

15 


7.80^ 
13.00 
19.50 
22.75 
26.00 
29.00 


' 


** 









♦♦Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system, m Multiple system. 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



311 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Elmira . 



Elmvale. . 
Elmwood. 



Elora . . 

Embro . 
Erieau . 

Essex. . 



Etobicoke Twp. 



Exeter 



Fergus . 



Finch 

Flesherton. 

Fonthill... 



Forest. 



Forest Hill. 



2,074 



1,149 

423 
295 

1,854 



1,649 

2,792 

337 

455 

867 
1,520 

11,117 



191 

8 
1 
2 

4 

60 

23 

81 
27 

53 

24 

134 
16 

5 
49 

1 
12 

6 

1,049 

22 

2 

2 

8 
9 



100 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 
200 watt 
400 watt 

100 watt 

150 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 



60 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

300 watt orn. m 

500 watt orn. m 
Empty sockets orn. m 

Empty sockets m 



100 watt 

100 watt 

250 watt 

25 watt 

200 watt 
300 watt 



100 watt (Park) m 
100 watt m 

300 watt m 



100 watt 
150 watt 
300 watt orn. 
Traffic lights 



100 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 



60 watt ft 

100 watt n 

100 watt n 

(Station platform) 



100 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
400 watt 



$ c. 

9.00 
12.00 
28.00 
23.00 
36. 50, 

12.00 

18.00 

13.00 
19.00 

12.00 

18.00 

7.50 
10.00 
14.00 
18.00 
28.00 
1.50 
4.50 

12.501 
17.00 
16.00 
12.50 per 
100 watts 
14.50 
29.00, 

8.50] 

9.50 

33.00J 

12.00] 
14.50 
27.50 
18.00J 

12.00 

11.001 
26.00j 

15.001 
27. 0.0 j 

7.001 
11.001 
I8.OO1 



12.001 
27.00 
38. OOf 
61. 00 J 



$ c. 
2,035.00 

790.50 
442.58 

1,544.64 

636.00 
432.00 

2,156.68 



13,767.62 

2,736.87 

2,758.86 

468.00 
626.60 

1,364.83 
2,426.34 

7,176.06 



$ c. 
0.98 



1.34 

1.50 
1.46 

tt 



1.66 

0.99 

1.39 
1.38 

1.57 
1.60 

0.65 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



312 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Fort William. . . . 



Gait. 



Georgetown f. . . . 



Glencoe 



Goderich 



Grand valley. . . . 
Granton 



Gravenhurst . . . 



Guelph. 



Hagersville . 



24,301 



14,219 



2,345 



726 



4,407 



600 



2,135 



21,514 



1,355 



381 

58 

77 

239 

188 

115 

25 

981 

294 

100 

26 

22 

18 

33 

40 

31 

4 

80 
12 

163 

1 

5 
16 

113 

19 

327 

8 
7 
4 
8 
16 

42 
13 

37 

134 

22 

10 

2 

8 

16 

10 

6 

,394 

180 

43 

12 

53 

115 

20 



100 c.p. s 

400 c.p. 5 

600 c.p. s 

1,000 c.p. s 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

25 watt m 

100 c.p. s 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

150 watt m 

100 watt m 
150 watt (bridge) m 

150 watt m 

150 watt m 

150 watt m 

300 watt m 

300 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

(floodlight) 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 



100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 
400 watt 
250 watt 
500 watt 
600 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 



100 c.p. s 

50 watt m 

50 watt (6mos.)m 
100 watt m 

100 watt (6mos.) m 
300 watt m 



50 watt 

50 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt (220V) 
500 watt (220V) 

100 watt 
300 watt 



$ c. 

8.00 
18.00 
28.00 
38.00 

8.00 
23.00 

2.70J 

9.00 

6.50 

8.00 

9.00 

16.00 

8.50 

9.00 

18.00 

21.00 

16.50 

17.00 

26.00 

11.00 
19.00 

30.00 
38.50 

14.00 
20.00 

9.00 
15. Q0 
35.00 
18. OOf 
37.00| 
52.00J 

12.00\ 
32.00/ 

10.00 

10.001 
7.50 
4.00 N 

10.00 
6.00 

30.00 



4.00] 


4.00 


10.00 


12.50 


18.75 


25.00 


34.00J 



14.00) 
22.00/ 



$ 



19,541.13 



16,292.92 



2,736.29 
1,962.00 

4,488.13 

920.00 
370.00 

2,092.98 



18,961.48 



2,050.00 1.51 



$ c. 



0.80 



1.15 



2.70 



1.02 



1.53 



0.98 



0.88 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 
| Includes Glen Williams. 



s Series system, m Multiple system. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



313 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 



Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, 



December 31, 1939; showing 
and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Hamilton. 



154,751 









Hanover. 

Harriston 

Harrow. . 

Hastings . 

Havelock 
Hensall. . 

Hespeler. 



Highgate 



3,215 

1,269 

1,032 

757 

1,147 
685 

2,789 
362 



6 
96 

6 
12 
8,150 
42 
68 
19 

6 

1,352 

13 

2 

6 

77 

27 

490 

600 

65 

2 

2 
10 



94 

16 

4 

13 

79 

4 

13 

29 

1 
84 

65 
8 



64 
23 

84 

91 
22 
15 
51 
10 
7 

11 
6 

40 
6 

1 



40 watt m 

50 watt m 

50 watt m 

60 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

200 watt m 

300 watt m 

300 watt m 

300 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

500 watt m 

750 watt m 

1,000 watt m 

1,200 watt stands m 

500 watt stands m 

880 watt special m 

840 watt special m 

Danger signals m 



150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt m 

200 watt m 

Decorative lights m 



100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 

250 c.p. 

400 c.p. stands. 

150 watt 

300 watt 

300 watt 

stands — Park 

250 watt m 

250 watt stands, m 



100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 



$ c. 


4.50) 


6.00 


7.00 


8.00 


7.50 


7.00 


9.50 


10.00 


11.00 


11.00 


13.00 


18.00 


26.00 


32.00 


34.00 


32.00 


37.00 


55.00 


70.001 


70.00 


40.00 


94.00 


72.00 


28. 00 J 


19.00} 


24.00 


19.00 


24.00J 


12.00) 


12.001 


13.50f 


15.00J 


12.00\ 


16.50/ 


16.00) 


20.00^ 


108. 50J 


13.00\ 
24.00/ 


12.00 


12.00) 


16.00 


30.00 


11.00 


21.50 


35.00 


19.50 


26.00J 


11.00) 


17.00 


25.00 



123,751.44 



2,628.96 

1,606.50 

1,348.50 

1,293.73 

1,512.00 
1,008.00 

3,173.11 



567.00 1.57 



$ c. 



0.80 



0.82 

1.27 

1.31 
1.71 

1.32 

1.47 

1.14 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 



314 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Holstein. 



Humberstone 



Huntsville . 



Ingersoll. 



Jar vis 

Kemptville 

Kincardine . 
Kingston . . 



Kingsville . 
Kirkfield . 



Kitchener 



Lakefield 



Lambeth 
Lanark. . 



Lancaster. 



2,738 



2,770 



5,177 



519 



1,218 



2,464 



23,355 



2,359 



33,080 



1,308 



723 



511 



15 

109 
16 

4 
52 
10 
68 
34 

336 

2 

26 

2 

13 

12 

78 



f 2,082 

163 

18 

47 

212 

462 

58 

109 

114 

11 
20 

41 

41 

1 



100 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

100 c.p. s 

150 c.p. s 

250 c.p. s 

75 watt m 

500 watt m 

100 c.p. s 

600 c.p. s 

1,000 c.p. s 
1,000 c.p. (church) s 
100 c.p. (6mos.) s 

300 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

150 watt m 

250 watt m 

100 c.p. 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

1,000 watt m 

100 c.p. 

250 c.p. s 

600 c.p. 5 
600 c.p. 

150 c.p. 5 
250 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 

80 c.p. 

250 c.p. s 

1,000 c.p. s 
16 c.p. Fire alarm s 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

100 watt 



100 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



$ c. 
25.00 

12.50 
17.50 

12.00) 
16.00 
20.00 
10.00 
30.00 

10.00 
28.00 
35.00 
25.00 
5.50 
30.00, 

11.00 

18.00) 
21.00 
25.00J 

18.00) 
13.001 
23.00( 
80.00J 

12.00) 
25.00 | 
35.00( 
46. 00 J 

10.50) 
15.00 
10. 50 J 

20.00 

8.00 
13.00 
25.00 
7.00 
9.00 
14.00 
17.50 
25.00, 

15.00 

11.00 
31.00 

13.00 

15.00 
25.00 



$ c. 
375.00 

1,642.50 



2,780.00 

4,832.39 

858.00 
1,772.50 

4,297.00 

20,925.33 

2,872.24 
480.00 

31,609.70 

1,726.22 
741.00 
533.00 
640.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 
ffCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



1940 



THE HYDRO ELECTIRC-POWER COMMISSION 



315 






STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



La Salle. 



Leamington. 
Lindsay 



Listowel. 



London 



882 



5,630 



7,138 



2,773 



73,846 



London Twp. 

Long Branch. 
Lucan 



Lucknow 
Lynden. . 
Madoc . . . 



Markdale. 
Markham 



4,140 

610 

1,034 



1,108 

781 
1,153 



67 



197 
113 

59 
21 

63 
17 

44 

344 
63 

81 
11 

119 



100 watt 

250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 



100 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 5 

1,000 c.p.(cenotaph)s 



100 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 

150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
500 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
50 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
500 watt 
750 watt stands. 

100 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



m 
m 
m 

s 
s 

s 
s 
s 
s 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 

m 
m 



100 watt m 

300 watt stands, m 



100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

25 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 
100 c.p. 

100 watt 



$ c. 
12.00 

15.00 
25.00 
13.00 
17.Q0J 

11.00 
60.00 
60.00 

11.00 
25.00 
35.00J 

10.00 
11.00 
18.00 
24.00 
28.00 
30.00 

5.00 
10.00 
11.00 
14.00 
12.00 

9.34 
14.00 
18.00 
20.00 
35.00 
40.00 
50.00 

12.00 
21.50 
16.50 
30.00 
31.00 

13.00) 
17.50/ 

14.00 
33.00 

18.00 
28.00 

10.00 

3.001 
5.00/ 

10.00 
10.00 

12.00 



$ c. 
804.00 



5,300.96 



6,446.45 



4,659.96 



55,975.40 



1,232.50 

4,543.86 

1,261.33 

1,610.00 

440.00 

1,347.00 

920.00 
1,428.00 



$ c 
0.91 



ft 



0.90 



ft 



ft 



1.10 
2.07 

1.56 

** 

1.22 

1.18 
1.24 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 
ffCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



316 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Popula- 
tion 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and style 
of lamps 




Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 




Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Marmora 


995 


f 44 

24 

I 19 


75 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 


m 

m 
m 


$ c. 
13.001 
16.00^ 
18.00J 


$ c. 
1,298.00 


$ c. 
1.30 


Martintown 




16 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


172.33 


•• 


Maxville 


758 


67 


150 c.p. 


5 


18.00 


1,199.25 


1.58 


Meaford 


2,811 




f 188 
28 
35 


150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 


s 
m 
m 


11.00) 
11.00 
19.00J 


3,040.92 


1.08 


Merlin 




f 46 

i l 


100 watt 
Decorative string 
Floodlights 


m 
m 


15.00] 
51c. per 1 
100 watts 
per monthj 


705.72 


** 








Merritton 


2,656 


/ 312 
\ 26 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


9.001 

21.00/ 


3,354.00 


1.26 


Midland.. 


6,669 




f 328 

52 

8 

30 

36 


150 c.p. 
100 watt 
J300 watt (6 mos 
300 watt 
500 watt 


s 

m 

)m 

m 

m 


11.00] 
11.00 
12.00 
22.00 
40.00, 




6,376.00 


0.96 


Mildmay 


754 


/ 46 
1 11 


100 watt 
150 watt 


m 
m 


10.00\ 
16.00/ 


699.04 


0.93 


Millbrook 


737 


f 34 
20 

I 3 


60 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 


13.50) 
16.00 
25.00J 


867.60 


1.18 


Milton 


1,848 


/ 125 
\ 25 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 


9.50) 
30.00/ 


1,937.52 


1 05 






Milverton 


1,010 


/ 99 
1 12 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


9.00) 
12.00/ 


1,035.00 


1.02 


Mimico 


7,012 


f 319 
\ 73 
I HI 


100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 

m 
m 


12.00) 
20.00 
26.00J 


7,942 . 16 


1.13 


Mitchell 


1,615 


/ 196 
\ 27 


150 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 
m 


9.00) 
29.00/ 


2,547.00 


1.58 


Moorefield. . . 




25 
228 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


14.00 
12.00 


350.00 
2,736.00 


** 


Morrisburg 


1,853 


1.48 


Mount Brydges. 






f 47 

1 

17 


100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt orn. 


m 
m 
m 


10.00^ 
17.00 
21.00. 




844.00 


** 








Mount Forest. . . 


1,840 


f 162 
37 

1 1 


100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 
m 


10.00) 
13.00 
15.00 
20.00J 


2,171.25 


1.18 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 
{Dock lights owned by Dominion Government. 



s Series system, m Multiple system. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



317 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Napanee 

Neustadt 

Newbury 

Newcastle .... 
New Hamburg 



New Toronto . . . 



Niagara Falls . . 



Niagara-on-the- 
Lake 



Nipigon 



North York 
Twp 



3,148 

455 
288 

700 
1,458 

7,140 



18,928 



1,670 



156 
2 
2 

40 
5 

21 

39 

47 

51 
2 

165 
61 

103 

8 

16 

126 

14 

107 

3 



838 

13 

65 

284 

196 

1 

212 
5 

58 

34 
9 

82 
20 
45 
11 

2 
10 
11 

1 

1 
65 

1 



100 watt 

250 watt 

250 watt m 

300 watt m 

300 watt stands, m 

400 watt clusters m 



150 c.p. 

100 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

75 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
1,000 watt 
(floodlight) 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. orn. 
1,000 c.p. orn. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
400 watt 

(floodlight) 
1,000 watt 

(floodlight) 
100 watt 

(Police sign) 



$ c. 
12.00 
28.00 
30.00 s 
34. OOf 
27.00 
36.00. 

20.00 

15.00 

12.00\ 
15.00/ 

9.00 
12.00 

13.001 

15.50 

17.00 

24.00 

22. OOf 

21.00 

52.00 



11.00] 
13.00 
18.00 
37.00 
42.00 
11.00, 

11.00] 

18.00 

20.00) 

11.001 
21.00/ 

12.00 
13.00 
13.50 
15.00 
15.50 
16.50 
17.70 
18.00 
19.00 
23.00 
31.00 

65.00 

12.00 



$ c 
4,213.00 

780.00 
705.00 

650.84 
2,217.00 

7,495.84 



27,533.38 



3,483.02 



593.00 



4,039.93 



$ c. 
1.34 

1.71 
2.45 

0.93 
1.52 

1.05 



1.45 



2.08 



^Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 



318 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Norwich. . . 
Norwood . . 
Oil Springs 

Omemee. . . 
Orangeville 

Oshawa. . . 



Ottawa. 



Otterville. 



Owen Sound 
Paisley 



Palmerston 



Paris. 



1,365 
710 
514 

553 

2,660 

24,756 



144,202 



13,411 



729 



1,406 



4,369 



112 
28 

77 
10 

41 

1 

50 

4 

10 



50 
38 

859 
51 

112 
30 

1 

351 

870 
892 

59 
779 

44 
2,795 

30 



59 
13 

450 

342 

16 

47 

90 



100 watt 
400 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 



100 watt m 

300 watt (6 mos.)m 



100 c.p. 
100 watt 
250 watt 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 

100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
Arcs 
100 watt 
500 watt 
100 watt 

(Whiteway) 
100 watt 



100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 

100 watt 

80 c.p. 
400 c.p. 

60 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
250 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 



300 watt stands, m 



100 c.p. 
400 watt 
500 watt 
60 watt 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



$ c. 
10.001 
35.00J 

18.00 
21.00 

18.00) 
30.00/ 

14.00 
12.50 
28.00 

10.00 
16.00 
23.00 

11.00 
12.00 
13.00 
18.00 
27.00 

7.00 
25.00 
35.00 
45.00 

6.00 
35.00 

48c. 
per foot 

5*c. 
per foot 

11.00\ 
16.00/ 

11.00] 
14.00 
21.00 
35. 00 J 

13.00 



9.00] 


25.00 


9.00 


10.00 


io.oo[ 


25.00 


25.00 


35.00 


30.00J 



8.50] 
28.00 1 
35.001 

7.00 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



$ c. 
2,100.00 

1,612.90 

768.00 

1,030.08 
2,793.30 

12,070.66 



78,778.41 



847.38 

11,784.50 
1,170.00 

2,628.00 



5,586.49 



'Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



319 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita* 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Parkhill 



Penetanguishene 



Perth 



Peterborough 



Petrolia 



Picton 

Plattsville 

Point Edward. 

Port Arthur. . . 






Port Colborne. . 

Port Credit.. . . 
Port Dalhousie. 

Port Dover 



900 



4,094 



4,174 



23,984 



2,747 



3,439 



1,177 
20,872 

6,503 

1,901 
1,590 

1,705 



Port Elgin 1,321 



34 

103 
15 

4 

,709 
232 
208 

15 
78 

227 
34 

132 

283 

129 
2 

204 
15 
34 

4 

236 



223 

120 

26 



100 watt m 

200 watt m 

150 c.p. 

200 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 c.p. 

250 c.p. s 

400 c.p. 5 

600 c.p. s 

60 watt m 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 
300 watt orn. m 

150 c.p. 5 
600 c.p. 

100 c.p. 

250 c.p. s 

600 c.p. 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 

250 c.p. s 

400 c.p. 5 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

400 c.p. 5 

600 c.p. 5 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 watt m 

(Summer) 

300 watt m 
(Summer) 

25 watt m 
(Decorative) 



100 watt (4 mos.) m 
100 watt m 

200 watt m 



$ c. 
14.001 
23.00/ 

11.001 
15.00 
20.00 
11.00J 

17.001 
27.001 
30.00 
45. 00 J 

12.001 
13.00 
20.00 
45. 00 J 

12.00\ 
43.00/ 

9.001 

15.00> 
31.00J 

12.00 

13.001 

20.00 
■22.00J 

5.001 
10.00 
15.00 

25.001 
30.00 
14.00 
12.00 
18.00J 

9.50 

12.00 
15.00 

10. Q0 

18.00 

6.00 

10.00 

67c. per 
100 watts 
per month 

14.00 
14.00 
22.00 



$ c. 

1,577.04 

2,291.00 
2,841.50 

22,268.00 

2,839.00 

3,672.19 

408.00 

1,666.34 

19,590.56 

8,336.37 

2,669.60 
1,578.00 

2,712.12 



2,732.72 



$ c. 
1.75 



0.56 
0.68 

0.93 

1.03 

1.07 

** 

1.42 
0.94 



ft 



1.40 



0.99 



1.59 



2.07 



**Population not shown in 
tfCertain additional street 
debenture charges. 



Government statistics. 5 Series system, m Multiple system, 
lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 



320 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Popula- 
tion 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and style 
of lamps 


Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 


Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Port Hope 


4,724 


/ 402 
I 2 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 


5 
5 


$ c. 
10.001 
22.00/ 


$ c. 
4,004.76 


$ c. 
0.85 


Port McNicoll . . 


905 


/ 66 
i 18 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


10.00\ 
16.00/ 


938.00 


1.04 


Port Perry 


1,128 


r 91 
1 io 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 


15.00\ 
30.00/ 


1,665.00 


1.48 


Port Rowan 


556 


56 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


867.16 


1.56 


Port Stanley 


737 


/ 217 

1 8 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 


11.001 
14.00/ 


2,452.30 


3.33 


Prescott 


2,925 


/ 218 

\ 78 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


10.001 
17.00/ 


3,644.70 


1.25 


Preston 


6,422 


f 135 

216 

9 

40 

6 


150 c.p. 
100 watt 
250 watt 
500 watt 
500 watt stands 


5 

m 
m 

m 
m 


11.001 

11.00 

20.00- 

32.00 

35.00, 


5,523.67 


0.86 


Priceville. 




16 
39 
20 


100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 
m 


30.00 
12.00 
16.00 


480.00 
468.00 
312.03 


** 


Princeton 




** 


Queenston 




** 


Richmond 


403 


26 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


390.00 


0.97 


Richmond Hill . . 


1,317 


f 100 

1 1 9 9 


75 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 
m 


11.00) 
12.00[ 
16. 00 J 


1,470.00 


1.12 


Ridge town 


1,958 


{ 182 

1 

89 

17 

2 

2 

20 


150 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt orn. 
250 watt 
500 watt 


s 

s 

m 

m 
m 
m 
m 


8.50) 
38.00 

8.50 
16.00^ 
16.00 
18.00 
33. 00, 


3,534.79 


ft 


Ripley 


442 


{ 4 i 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


20.001 
35.00/ 


1,073.14 


2.43 






Riverside 


5,090 


f 276 
J 83 

7 
I 4 


75 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 
m 


9.00) 
13.00 
15.00 

18.50J 


3,567.74 


tt 


Rockwood 




88 

r 69 

23 


100 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 
Decorative lights 


m 

m 

m 
m 


9.00 

10.00) 
25.00[ 

20.71J 


789.75 
1,285.71 


** 


Rodney 


- 695 


1.85 


Rosseau 


305 


47 


100 watt 


m\ 


30.00 


1,410.00 


4.62 


** Population 

ffCertain ad 

debenture charges 


not shown 
ditional sti 


in Gover 
-eet lighti 


nment statistics, s S 
ng costs for special s 


eries system, 
ervice are pz 


m Multiple s 
lid direct in 1 


ystem- 
orm of 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



321 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 






Municipality 


Popula- 
tion 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and style 
of lamps 


Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 


Cost to 

municipality 
in 1939 


Cost 

per 

capita 












$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Russell 




49 
f 2,334 


100 watt 
100 watt 


n 
n 


16.00 
8.00] 


784.00 


** 












19 


100 watt orn. 


rr 


10. 0Q 










157 


200 watt 


m 


11.00 










71 


200 watt orn. 


m 


20.00 






St. Catharines. . . 


27,647 


5 


200 watt 


m 


14.00- 


26,669.12 


tf 






5 


500 watt 


m 


20.00 










106 


500 watt orn. 


m 


34.00 










17 


500 watt (bridge) m 


20.00 










I 11 


1,000 watt 


m 


40.00 / 






St. George 




{ 3 ? 


100 watt 
750 watt 


m 

m 


10.00) 
38.00/ 


427.91 


** 








St. Jacobs 




43 
f 235 


100 watt 
100 c.p. 


m 
s 


10.00 
10.50] 


430.00 


** 








St. Marys 


4,033 


J 10,6 
20 


250 c.p. 
150 watt 


s 
m 


14.00 
12.00 


4,890.50 


1.21 






I 32 


300 watt 


m 


22. 00 J 










f 1,105 


100 c.p. 


s 


9.00] 










28 


250 c.p. 


s 


13.00 










2 


600 c.p. 


s 


32.00 










114 


600 c.p. 


s 


34.00 






St. Thomas 


16,352 


7 


60 watt (5 mos 


) m 


3.00 > 


14,905.92 


tf 






6 


60 watt 


m 


4.50 










30 


100 watt (5 mos 


) m 


5.00 










2 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 










22 


300 watt 


m 


22.00 / 










{ 1,073 


150 c.p. 


s 


12.00] 










55 


250 c.p. 


s 


16.50 










72 


400 c.p. 


s 


22.00 










77 


600 c.p. 


s 


35.00 






Sarnia 


18,269 


14 


600 c.p. 


s 


45.00- 


20,424.23 


ft 






7 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 










8 


150 watt 


m 


16.50 










5 


250 watt 


m 


22.00 










14 


300 watt 


m 


32.00, 










f 210 


100 c.p. 


s 


12.00] 










10 


Empty sockets 


s 


9.00 










4 


250 c.p. 


s 


17.00 










20 


40 watt 


m 


12.00 










2 


60 watt 


m 


18.00 










436 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 










22 


Empty sockets 


m 


9.00 






Scarboro Twp. . . 




12 


200 watt 


tn 


17 00- 


15,713.43 


** 






21 


200 watt 


m 


21.00 








171 


300 watt 


m 


24.00 










5 


300 watt 


m 


26.00 










134 


Empty sockets 


m 


14.50 










2 


100 watt 


m 


11.50 










11 


100 watt 


m 


17.50 










I 9 


200 watt 


m 


15.50 







""•Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system, m Multiple system. 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



11— H.E. 



322 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Sea forth. . 
Shelburne 

Simcoe . . . 



Smiths Falls. . 

Southampton . 

Springfield .... 
Stamford Twp. 
Stayner 



Stirling. . . 
Stouffville 

Stratford . 



Strathroy. 



1,705 
1,043 

.6,052 



7,672 



1,441 



378 



1,043 

960 
1,160 

17,159 
2,917 



123 
19 
16 

98 



100 c.p. 
300 watt 
300 watt orn. 

150 c.p. 

100 c.p. 

250 c.p. 

400 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 

150 watt 

200 watt 

200 watt orn. 

500 watt 
1,000 watt 

50 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 



100 watt m 

250 watt m 

60 watt (3mos.) m 

Decorative string m 



100 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
200 watt 

150 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 

600 c.p. 

600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 

100 watt 

500 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 watt 



$ c. 

9.50 
25.00 
29.00J 

9.00 

11. 00^ 
15.00 
18.00 
40.00 
11.00 
15.00 
24.00 
53.00 
60.00J 

9.001 
14.00 
20.00 
22.00J 

12.00) 
17.00 
12.00 
36.00J 

11.00\ 
9.50/ 

9.00 

10.00\ 
16.00/ 

10.00 
24.75 
32.50 

12.00 

10.00) 
25.00 
30.00 
35.00 
34.00 
10.00 
34.00 

9.00 
15.00 
62.00 



$ c 
2,107.50 

875.25 



4,986.96 



7,489.92 

2,456.68 

611.50 
7,857.75 
1,130.00 

1,607.04 
1,524.00 

16,887.79 
4,078.79 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system, m Multiple system. 
ftCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



323 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 
of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Streetsville 



Sudbury. 



Sunderland 



Sutton 






Swansea. . 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 



Teeswater. . 
Thamesford. 

Thamesville. 



Thedford . 
Thorndale 
Thornton. 



Thorold 



700 



26,463 



852 

5,831 

474 
1,063 

2,237 

842 



833 



595 



5,001 



42 
28 
13 



759 
120 
10 
42 
10 
43 
45 
49 



29 

4 

128 
27 
38 



226 
59 

61 
17 

85 
39 

18 

76 

1 

48 
15 

48 



100 watt m 

200 watt m 

300 watt m 

Decorative lighting m 



100 c.p. - 

250 c.p. 

600 c.p. 

600 c.p. stands. 
1,000 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. stands. 
1,500 c.p. 
1,800 c.p. mercury 
vapor 

100 watt 
500 watt 



100 watt m 

200 watt m 

Decorative strings 
(3 mos.) m 



100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

400 c.p. 
100 watt 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt orn. 
250 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

75 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 



20.00] 
35.00J 

13.001 
17.001 

13. 00 J 

12.00) 
19.00] 

10.00\ 
30.00/ 

10.00) 
12.00/ 

22.00) 
12.00 

24. 00 J 

13.00) 
26.00/ 

11.00 

9.001 
14.001 
18.00 
17.50 



$ c. 
1,005.50 



21,907.37 

720.00 

2,148.85 

3,750.20 
1,168.00 
1,317.60 

1,299.00 

1,118.00 
528.00 

1,367.98 

1,050.00 
384.00 
566.67 

3,488.42 



$ c. 
1.44 



0.83 



2.52 

0.64 
2.46 
1.24 

tt 

1.33 

** 

1.64 
1.76 



0.70 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



324 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 



Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Popula- 
tion 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and style 
of lamps 


Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 


Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Tilbury 


1,980 


f 107 

25 

• 140 


100 watt m 

200 watt m 

25 watt m 


$ c. 

12.00] 

20.00 

38c. per ■ 

100 watts 

per month 


$ c. 
1,809.89 


$ c. 
0.91 


Tillsonburg 


3,945 


f 285 

44 

1 


100 c.p. s 
250 c.p. s 
300 watt m 
500 watt m 
Traffic light m 
Decorative lighting m 


9.50] 
13.00 
32.00 
42.00 
18.36 
120.00. 


5,064.66 


1.28 


Toronto 


647,803 - 


f 46,387 
4,161 
1,435 
191 
391 
354 
153 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 
300 watt m 
500 watt m 
1-lt. stds. 300 w. m 
1-lt. stds. 500 w. m 
5-lt. stds. 100 w. m 


8.00-10.00 

14.00-20.00 

20.00-25.00 

35.00-40.00 

40.00 

47.50 

47.50. 


509,960.02 


0.79 


Toronto Twp.. 




{ m i 


100 watt m 
Intersection light m 


11.50) 
43.20/ 


4,922.88 


** 








Tottenham 


557 


49 


150 c.p. s 


18.00 


882.00 


1.58 


Trenton 


6,833 


f 48 

308 

1 

1 53 


600 c.p. s 
100 watt m 
500 watt m 
200 watt m 


63.00] 
10.501 
63.00 
15.00J 


6,964.13 


1.02 


Tweed 


1,228 


/ 134 
i 2 


100 c.p. s 
100 c.p. (special) s 


15.00\ 
20. 00 J 


2,023.71 


1.65 






Uxbridge 


1,509 


f 132 
6 
1 
1 
3 


100 watt m 
100 watt (5mos.) m 
200 watt m 
200 watt (5mos.)/w 
300 watt m 


11.00] 
8.00 
16.00- 
11.00 
20.00. 


1,587.00 


1.05 


Victoria Harbor . 


1,023 


78 


100 watt m 


8.50 


663.00 


0.65 


Walkerton 


2,463 


f 120 

40 

1 

8 


150 c.p. 5 
250 c.p. s 
50 watt m 
100 watt m 
Decorative lights m 


14.00] 

24.50 

6.00- 

14.00 

100.00. 


2,861.28 


1.16 


Wallaceburg .... 


4,715 


f 222 

18 

I 56 


150 c.p. s 
400 c.p. s 
300 watt m 


12.00] 
22.00^ 
31.00J 


4,634.67 


0.98 


Wardsville 


236 


36 


100 watt m 


20.00 


720.00 


3.05 


Warkworth 




{ 1 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 


13.00\ 
23.00/ 


615.00 


** 









♦•Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



325 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Waterdown 



Waterford 



Waterloo . 



Watford. 



904 



1,216 



8,524 



964 



Waubaushene. 



Welland. 



11,072 



Wellesley. . . 
Wellington. . 
West Lome. 



Weston. 



Westport. 
Wheatley. 



Whitby 



916 
837 

5,099 

710 
760 

3,724 



80 



157 

10 

1 

378 

120 

93 

5 

18 

3 

9 

10 

44 

91 
16 

48 
10 

177 

14 

466 

25 

6 

3 

6 

60 

84 
5 

88 
10 

423 

15 

111 

20 

5 

2 

2 
70 

64 
42 

129 
69 

165 
3 
3 



100 watt m 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

500 watt m 

80 c.p. 5 

100 c.p. 5 

150 watt m 

200 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

500 watt m 
300 watt3-lt.stds.m 
450 watt5-lt.stds.m 



100 watt 
300 watt 



100 watt m 

100 watt (5mos.)w 



600 c.p. orn. 
600 c.p. (Park) 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt orn. 
500 watt 
Empty sockets 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
150 c.p. 

100 watt 
200 watt 



100 c.p. 5 

100 c.p. 5 

600 c.p. 5 

300 watt m 

100 watt5-lt.stds.w 
Municipal signs m 



50 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
500 watt 



$ c. 
10.00 
17.00 

8.0Q 
15.00 
25.00 

8.00 
10.00 
10.00 
12.00 
21.00 
30.00 
35.00 
25.00 
36.00 

12.50 
31.00 

9.00\ 
5.00/ 

30.00 
30.00 
11.00 
18.00 
30.00 
28.00 
18.00, 

11.00 

12.00 
19.00 

10.00 
18.00 



7.50] 


9.50 


30.00 


11.00 


21.00 


110. 00 J 



10.00 
19.00 

13.00 
16.00 

11.001 
12.00 
9.50 
10.00 
15.00 



$ c. 
936.00 

1,488.00 



7,779.70 

1,626.16 

482.00 

11,323.13 

660.00 
1,087.32 

1,060.02 

7,303.26 

1,322.27 
1,496.12 

4,087.06 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system, m Multiple system. 
ttCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 



326 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Concluded 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1939; showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality in 1939, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and style 
of lamps 



Interim 

rate 

per lamp 

per annum 



Cost to 

municipality 

in 1939 



Wiarton. 



Williamsburg 
Winchester . . 
Windermere. . 



Windsor. 



Wingham. 



Woodbridge. 



Woodstock 



Woodville . 

Wyoming. 
Zurich. . . 



1.723 



1,040 
118 



103,813 



2,123 

830 

11,418 

421 
516 



/ 112 

\ 26 

16 

118 

13 

886 

99 

172 

4 

2,435 

962 

748 

21 

27 

102 

3 

105 

35 

1,493 

184 

223 

1 

107 

25 

22 

8 



94 
2 

554 

11 

136 

4 

99 

1 

42 

37 
5 

52 

63 



100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 



100 
250 
400 
600 
100 
250 
400 
600 
1,000 
100 
150 
200 
300 
100 
150 
200 
300 



c.p. 
c.p. 
c.p. 
c.p. 

c.p. orn. 
c.p. orn. 
c.p. orn. 
c.p. orn. 
c.p. orn. 
watt 
watt 
watt 
watt 
watt orn. 
watt orn. 
watt orn. 
watt orn. 



m 



150 c.p. s 

250 c.p. s 

200 watt m 

Strings 200 watt ea. m 



100 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 c.p. s 

250 c.p. s 

100 watt m 

150 watt m 

300 watt m 

250 watt m 
floodlight (6 mos.) 

200 watt m 



100 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 



$ c. 
14.00 
23.00 

15.00 

8.00 

28.00 

11.00 
15.00 
19.00 
26.00 
13.00 
17.00 
21.50 
29.50 
39.50 
8.50 
11.50 
13.50 
19.00 
10.00 
13.00 
15.00 
21.50J 

17.00) 

30.00 

30.00 

45c. per f 

100 watts I 

per month J 

10.00 
23.00 

8.00 
20.00 

8.00 
12.00 
24.00 
12.00 

16.00, 

12.00) 
38.00/ 

15.00 

11.00 



$ c. 
2,449.30 

240.00 
944.00 
364.00 



103,365.38 



3,082.50 



1,114.99 



8,500.73 



634.01 

780.00 
693.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system, m Multiple system. 
tfCertain additional street lighting costs for special service are paid direct in form of 
debenture charges. 






1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 327 



STATEMENT "D" 

(pages 328 to 345) 

Statistics relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 

in Ontario Urban Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro- Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1939 



STATEMENT "E" 

(pages 346 to 361) 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

in Ontario Urban Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro- Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1939 



328 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

STATEMENT "D" 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to 

Consumers in Urban Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

Regarding the results of Hydro operation from the standpoint of the 
consumers, the following tabulation gives much useful and interesting informa- 
tion. For each main class of service in each urban municipal utility receiving 
power at cost from the Commission, Statement "D" lists the revenue, the 
consumption and the number of consumers, together with unit average costs 
and consumptions and other pertinent data. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make as 
widespread and beneficial a distribution of electrical energy as possible, and to 
extend to every community that can economically be reached by transmission 
lines, the benefit of electrical service. Even where, in certain localities, by 
reason of the distance from a source of supply or on account of the small 
quantity of power required by the municipality, the cost per horsepower to 
the municipality — and, consequently, the cost of service to the consumer — 
must unavoidably be higher than in more favourably situated communities, 
service has not been withheld when the consumers were able and willing to 
pay the cost. 

The accompanying diagram summarizes graphically certain data of 
Statement "D" respecting the average cost to the consumer. It will be 
observed that the total amount of energy sold in municipalities where circum- 
stances necessitate rates which result in the higher average costs to the con- 
sumer is relatively insignificant. With respect to power service, it should be 
noted that the statistics of Statement "D", and of the diagram, cover mainly 
retail power service supplied to the smaller industrial consumers. The aver- 
age amount of power taken by the industrial consumers served by the 
municipalities is about 45 horsepower. The Commission serves certain 
large power consumers direct on behalf of the various systems of municipalities. 

It should be kept in mind that the revenues reported in Statement "D," 
and used for purposes of calculating the net unit costs to the consumer, are 
the total revenues contributed by the consumers, and provide, in addition to 
the cost of power, sums specifically applicable to the retirement of capital, 
and also operating surplus which is in part applied to retirement of capital 
or extension of plant and is in part returned in cash to the consumers. 

It should also be noted that average costs per kilowatt-hour or per horse- 
power if employed indiscriminately as a criterion by means of which to com- 
pare the rates or prices for electrical service in various municipalities, will give 
misleading results. The average costs per kilowatt-hour, as given in State- 
ment "D" for respective classes of service in each municipality, are statistical 
results obtained by dividing the respective revenues by the aggregate kilowatt- 
hours sold. As such, the data reflect the combined influence of a number 
of factors, of which the rates or prices to consumers are but one factor. Owing 
to the varying influence of factors other than the rates, it is seldom found that 
in any two municipalities the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumers, 
even of the same classification, is in proportion to the respective rates for ser- 
vice. Instances even occur where for a class of consumers in one municipality, 
the average costs per kilowatt-hour are substantially lower than for the same 
class in another municipality, even though the rates are higher. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



329 



COST OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

IN MUNICIPALITIES SERVED BY 
THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 




DOMESTIC SERVICE 

THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT- HOURS SOLD FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT- HOUR : 



1 .6 TO 2.9 CENTS 

11.7 

PER CENT 




3.0 CENTS 
OR MORE 

0.4 

PER CENT 



o 



COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT-HOURS SOLD FOR COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT-HOUR: 



2.0 TO 3.9 CENTS 

8.3 

PER CENT 




4.0 


CENTS 


OR 


MORE 




0.6 


PER CENT 



o 



POWER SERVICE SUPPLIED BY MUNICIPALITIES 

THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY THE AGGREGATE HORSEPOWER 
SOLD FOR POWER SERVICE IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
■MCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER HORSEPOWER PER YEAR: 





$30 OR MORE 



0.3 

PER CENT 



330 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



With respect to domestic service, for example, instances may be observed 
where two municipalities have identical prices or rates for domestic service, 
but the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumer varies by as much as 
50 per cent or more. Such variations are due principally to differences in the 
extent of utilization of the service for the operation of electric ranges, water 
heaters and other appliances, an indication of which is afforded by the statistics 
of average monthly consumption. 

In the case of power service, average unit costs are still less reliable as an 
indication of the relative rates for service in different municipalities. In the 
case of hydro-electric power supplied to industries at cost, the rate schedules 
incorporate charges both for demand and for energy consumption, and thus, 
although the quantity of power taken by a consumer — that is, the demand 
as measured in horsepower — is the most important factor affecting costs and 
revenues, it is not the only one. The number of hours the power is used in 
the month or year — which, in conjunction with the power, determines the 
energy consumption, as measured in kilowatt-hours — also affects the costs 
and revenues. Consequently, in two municipalities charging the same rates 
for power service, the average cost per horsepower to the consumer will vary 
in accordance with the consumers' average number of hours' use of the power 
per month. A greater average energy consumption per horsepower increases 
the average cost per horsepower and decreases the average cost per kilowatt- 
hour to the consumer, and vice versa* 

*In view of the fact that the data of Statement "D" have been misinterpreted in the making 
of certain comparisons as to the cost of electricity in various territories, it is desirable to add 
a word of caution respecting their significance. Essentially, the average cost or revenue per 
kilowatt-hour is not a criterion of rates even with similar forms of rate schedules and for the same 
class of service. Particularly is this true when revenues and consumptions of all classes of service 
and of all kinds of rate schedules, are indiscriminately lumped together in order to deduce a 
so-called "average cost or rate per kilowatt-hour" for all services. 

In one community rates for each class of service, and the cost to every consumer in each class for 
any given service and consumption, may be substantially higher than in another community, and yet 
there may be in the former community a lower "average revenue per kilowatt-hour." 

Example. — Assume sales of electrical energy by two electric utilities, A and B, in each case 
10,000,000 kilowatt-hours. 



Class 

of 
service 


Case A 

Higher rates and lower revenues 

per kilowatt-hour 


CaseB 

Lower rates and higher revenues 

per kilowatt-hour 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Residence 

Power 


kw-hr. 
1,000,000 
9,000,000 


cents 

4 
1 


$ 
40,000 
90,000 


kw-hr. 
3,000,000 
7,000,000 


cents 

3 

0.75 


$ 
90,000 
52,500 






Total 


10,000,000 




130,000 


10,000,000 




142,500 






Average revenue 


1.3 cents per kw-hr. 


1.425 cents per kw-hr. 



It will be observed that in Case A the rates both for residence and for power service are 33 
per cent higher than in Case B, but the average revenue per kilowatt-hour is nearly 9 per cent less. 

In this instance, the explanation lies in the relative quantities of energy sold to each class- 
Service to large power consumers entails a smaller capital investment in distribution lines and 
equipment and lower operating costs per kilowatt-hour delivered, than does service to domestic 
and to commercial light consumers, and even where the rates for all classes of service are low, 
produces a smaller average revenue per kilowatt-hour. Consequently, if one electrical utility 
as compared with another sells a larger proportion of its energy for power purposes, its "average 
revenue per kilowatt-hour" may easily be lower than that of the other utility even though its 
rates for every class of service are substantially higher. 






1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 331 

Although the derived statistics of Statement "D" are valueless as a means 
of comparing the rates in one municipality with those in another, they never- 
theless fulfil a function in affording a general measure of the economy of service 
to consumers in the co-operating Ontario municipalities — an economy that 
has resulted primarily from the low rates themselves, and secondarily from 
the extensive use of the service that has been made possible by the low rates. 

Actual bills rendered to typical consumers for similar service under 
closely comparable circumstances constitute the best basis for making com- 
parisons. In researches respecting rates to consumers therefore the actual 
rate schedules of Statement "E" should be employed, and not statistics of 
average revenues per kilowatt-hour, as these are valueless for rate comparisons 
— and particularly so when all classifications of service are combined. 

In any consideration of the relative economies of electrical service in the 
various municipalities — whether based on the actual rates for service as set 
forth in Statement "E", or on the derived statistics resulting from the rates 
and other factors as presented in Statement "D" — full account should be 
taken respectively of the influence upon costs of such factors as the size of 
the municipality, the distance from the source of power, the features of the 
power developments, the sizes and concentrations of adjacent markets for 
electricity, and the sizes and characters of the loads supplied under the 
various classifications by the local electrical utility to the consumers. 

In Statement " D" account has been taken of the sizes of municipalities by 
grouping them according to whether they are (i) cities — over 10,000 popula- 
tion; (ii) towns of 2,000 to 10,000 population; or (iii) small towns (under 2,000 
population), villages, and suburban areas in townships (which are comparable 
in respect of conditions of supply to the smaller towns and villages). The 
populations are also given, and the situation of any municipality with respect 
to transmission lines and power supplies may be ascertained by consulting the 
maps at the end of the Report. 

A feature of the electrical service in Ontario municipalities served by The 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission is the strikingly large average annual con- 
sumption per domestic consumer. There are very few Ontario urban muni- 
cipalities where the average annual consumption per domestic consumer is 
less than 600 kilowatt-hours. Of the 87 cities and towns with populations 
of 2,000 or more — in which over 85 per cent of the domestic consumers of 
the undertaking are served — no less than 78 have an average annual con- 
sumption per domestic consumer in excess of 1,000 kilowatt-hours; of these, 
45 have an average annual consumption per domestic consumer in excess of 
1,500 kilowatt-hours, and 21 have an average annual consumption per 
domestic consumer in excess of 2,000 kilowatt-hours. 

The high average consumption for domestic service results essentially 
from the policy of the undertaking in providing service "at cost"; the rate 
schedules designed according to this principle automatically encourage liberal 
use of the service. Under the standard rate schedules employed by Ontario 
municipalities, follow-up rates of 1 cent and 1.25 cents (less 10 per cent) are 
in common use, and as a rule even where the higher initial rates per kilowatt- 
hour obtain, it is only necessary for the domestic consumer to reach a monthly 
charge of from $2.00 to $3.00 to obtain the benefit of a follow-up rate of 1.8 
cents net. The cost of electric cooking is thus within reach of most of the 
domestic consumers in Ontario. Electric water heating is also encouraged 
by low flat rates for continuous heaters and by installation of equipment 
without capital cost to the consumer. 



332 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group I— CITIES 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 





c 






Number 






k 


of 


*& 


>. 


con- 


%$* 


g£2 


Kjg 


sumers 


2c£ 


2 c 


o-c 




«5 2 £ 




* j s 




4 §§ 


>HJ6 


u 5 
Z"* 



Belleville 

Brantford 

Chatham 
Fort William. 
Gait 



Guelph. . . 
Hamilton. 
Kingston . 
Kitchener 
London. . 



Niagara Falls 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound . 
Peterborough . 



Port Arthur. . . 
St. Catharines. 
St. Thomas . . . 

Sarnia 

Stratford 



Sudbury 

Toronto 

Toronto D.C. 
60 cycle f . 

Welland 

Windsor 

Woodstock. . 



and 



E.O. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
T.B. 
Nia. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 

Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
E.O. 
G.B. 
E.O. 

T.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 

N.O.P. 

Nia. 



Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 



14,589 
31,369 
16,517 
24,301 
14,219 

21,514 
154,751 
23,355 
33,080 
73,846 

18,928 
24,756 
144,202 
13,411 
23,984 

20,872 
27,647 
16,352 
18,269 
17,159 

26,463 
647,803 



11,072 

103,813 

11,418 



$ c. 

75,070.91 
170,626.49 

90,972.33 
197,320.43 

93,458.17 

109,406.55 
834,807.68 
139,065.46 
191,096.62 
527,069.93 

122,155.21 
178,077.15 
532,085.02 
61,028.31 
155,334.42 

115,345.20 
134,293.12 
120,555.72 
92,171.80 
130,293.56 

209,478.98 
4,433,549.64 

16,817.61 

54,828.34 

694,025.14 

72,433.51 



kw-hr. 

8,303,016 
13,764,737 

5,391,407 
31,694,170 

6,942,887 

9,599,708 
70,245,780 
12,345,472 
18,416,891 
49,918,615 

11,357,489 
11,374,096 
60,789,128 
4,526,763 
13,083,194 

12,967,610 
12,286,525 
11,937,144 
6,128,506 
10,420,749 

11,987,360 
369,243,266 

574,040 

3,633,701 

47,627,347 

6,353,565 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


3,314 


209 


1.89 


7,693 


149 


1.85 


4,127 


108 


1.83 


5,841 


452 


2.81 


3,900 


148 


2.00 


5,355 


149 


1.70 


39,342 


148 


1.77 


6,362 


162 


1.82 


7,773 


197 


2.05 


17,962 


232 


2.45 


4,633 


204 


2.20 


6,334 


150 


2.34 


13,933 


364 


3.18 


3,373 


112 


1.51 


5,739 


190 


2.25 


4,972 


217 


1.93 


6,996 


146 


1.60 


4,310 


231 


2.33 


4,732 


108 


1.62 


4,295 


202 


2.53 


6,731 


148 


2.59 


165,384 


186 


2.23 


276 


173 


5.08 


2,546 


119 


1.79 


23,557 


168 


2.46 


3,179 


167 


1.90 



cents 
0.9 
1.2 
1.7 
0.6 
1.3 

1.1 
1.2 
1.1 
1.0 
1.1 

1.1 
1.6 
0.8 
1.3 
1.2 

0.9 
1.1 
1.0 
1.5 
1.3 

1.7 
1.2 

2.9 
1.5 
1.5 
1.1 



jThis — with the exception of a relatively small D.C. power load — is a special service not 
created by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission but acquired through the purchase of a 
privately owned company. It does not include street railway power. 



Group II— TOWNS 



Amherstburg. . 

Arnprior 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Bowmanville. . 

Brampton .... 
Brockville .... 
Carleton Place 

Cobourg 

Collingwood. . 

Delhi 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . . . 

Elmira 

Fergus 



Nia. 


2,857 


E.O. 


4,059 


Nia. 


2,156 


G.B. 


8,310 


E.O. 


3,850 


Nia. 


5,695 


E.O. 


9,995 


E.O. 


4,278 


E.O. 


5,307 


G.B. 


5,322 


Nia. 


2,083 


Nia. 


4,839 


Nia. 


3,928 


Nia. 


2,074 


Nia. 


2,792 



21,441.70 
16,651.71 
11,100.15 
62,664.44 
27,222.74 

40,356.23 
52,159.51 
18,603.80 
34,441.01 
27,523.92 

10,831.84 
22,165.10 
13,959.08 
14,785.29 
18.394.08 



1,590,832 

783,704 

709,620 

4,924,493 

1,614,476 

3,273,305 
4,453,065 
1,224,655 
2,016,816 
1,599,866 

422,570 

1,352,441 

813,185 

930,090 

1,022,438 



682 


194 


2.62 


763 


86 


1.82 


698 


85 


1.33 


2,152 


191 


2.43 


1,161 


116 


1.96 


1,486 


184 


2.26 


2,843 


131 


1.53 


1,010 


101 


1.53 


1,447 


116 


1.98 


1,382 


96 


1.66 


549 


64 


1.64 


1,267 


88 


1.45 


948 


71 


1.23 


527 


147 


2.34 


721 


118 


2.13 



1.3 
2.1 
1.6 
1.3 

1.7 

1.2 
1.2 
1.5 
1.7 
1.7 

2.6 
1.6 
1.7 
1.6 
1.8 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



333 



"D" 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1939 



Population, 1 


10,000 or more 
















Commercial Light service 


Power service 




Revenue 


Consumption 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


| 
S2c| 


>> 

lis 


u 
9 
0, 


Revenue 


Number 
of 

con- 
sumers 


Average 
monthly- 
horse- 
power 


Total 

number 

of 

con- 
sumers 


$ C. 

50,232.42 
75,947.63 
84,482.07 
70,166.68 
44,152.99 


kw-hr. 

4,128,418 

7,777,805 

5,490,648 

4,485,015 

2,680,578 


643 
1,159 
792 
930 
503 


kw-hr. 
535 
559 
577 
402 
444 


$ c. 
6.51 
5.46 
8.90 
6.29 
7.31 


cents 
1.2 
1.0 
1.5 
1.6 
1.6 


$ C. 

37,810.72 

*127,180.26 

78,305.44 

68,682.35 

114,973.83 


100 
162 
108 
117 
110 


2,584.3 
7,764.9 
3,813.9 
3,633.4 
6,181.0 


4,057 
9,014 
5,027 
6,888 
4,513 


54,815.24 
456,944.77 

89,951.79 
119,999.12 
205,150.49 


4,639,224 

40,378,468 

6,877,792 

8,940,259 

16,340,270 


789 
5,170 

943 
1,085 
2,146 


490 
651 
608 
687 
635 


5.79 
7.36 
7.95 
9.22 
7.97 


1.2 
1.1 
1.3 
1.3 
1.3 


125,419.99 
1,749,315.75 
110,582.58 
302,783.56 
421,736.76 


138 
1,264 
155 
253 
449 


7,670.5 
105,427.0 

6,205.3 
15,631.5 
22,768.3 


6,282 

45,776 

7,460 

9,111 

20,557 


61,692.64 
69,268.55 
202,576.09 
41,539.35 
85,351.84 


5,650,282 
3,505,805 
12,789,423 
2,847,309 
5,087,896 


716 
562 
1,381 
578 
931 


658 
520 
771 
411 
455 


7.18 

10.27 

12.22 

5.99 

7.64 


1.1 
2.0 
1.6 
1.5 

1.7 


80,720.67 

236,935.29 

72,478.94 

44,383.01 

127,918.97 


91 
107 
189 

99 
160 


4,611.5 
11,251.6 
4,537.9 
2,665.0 
6,939.3 


5,440 
7,003 
15,503 
4,050 
6,830 


67,007.50 
66,906.72 
53,457.20 
49,454.90 
55,393.78 


5,842,304 
5,627,482 
4,625,058 
3,610,660 
3,251,388 


821 
866 
627 
666 
602 


593 
541 
614 
452 
450 


6.80 
6.44 
7.10 
6.19 
7.67 


1.1 
1.2 
1.2 
1.4 
1.7 


656,008.55 
158,022.59 

58,645.11 
148,720.28 

59,927.52 


109 

160 

81 

81 

116 


38,168.5 

10,839.5 

3,755.7 

6,585.7 

3,007.4 


5,902 
8,022 
5,018 
5,479 
5,013 


161,430.19 
2,929,249.50 


5,046,139 
184,897,618 


1,059 
24,913 


397 
618 


12.70 
9.79 


3.2 
1.6 


51,875.32 
J3,807,993.31 


140 
4,293 


1,920.2 
165,174.0 


7,930 
194,590 


71,202.82 

32,956.71 

352,996.44 

42,872.56 


1,708,990 

2,262,336 

22,801,719 

3,212,575 


484 

486 

3,165 

482 


294 
388 
600 
555 


12.26 
5.65 
9.29 
7.41 


4.2 
1.5 
1.5 
1.3 


308,452.04 

100,152.67 

529,953.02 

80,236.53 


763 
84 

450 
95 


11,683.0 
4,998.3 

26,032.6 
5,126.3 


1,523 

3,116 

27,172 

3,756 



Note — The above group of 25 cities utilizes about 80 per cent of the power distributed by 
the Commission to Ontario municipalities. 

♦Includes only 25-cycle data. JDoes not include street railway power. 



of Population, 2,000 or more 



7,343.19 
10,229.12 

9,744.64 
40,292.89 
10,003.12 

18,944.60 
24,894.11 
9,275.63 
19,472.68 
13,284.43 

10,683.59 

12,309.03 

14,333.57 

7.496.29 

7,675.47 



413,061 
314,545 
589,780 
2,442,723 
492,480 

1,175,373 

2,021,937 

453,100 

978,659 

650,407 

438,023 
798,549 
868,856 
320,090 
369,520 



122 


282 


5.02 


1.8 


139 


189 


6.13 


3.3 


157 


313 


5.17 


1.7 


422 


482 


7.96 


1.6 


152 


270 


5.48 


2.0 


245 


400 


6.44 


1.6 


423 


398 


4.90 


1.2 


195 


194 


3.96 


2.0 


221 


369 


7.34 


2.0 


191 


284 


5.80 


2.0 


153 


238 


5.82 


2.4 


192 


347 


5.38 


1.5 


224 


323 


5.33 


1.7 


123 


217 


5.08 


2.3 


119 


259 


5.37 


2.1 



8,576.03 
18,027.67 

5,206.66 
19,015.04 
48,328.80 

19,906.48 
40,202.50 
24,453.16 
24,529.02 
14,914.05 

7,346.13 
21,746.02 
13,139.45 

6,015.56 
13.192.95 



15 


357.6 


20 


760.1 


12 


305.0 


50 


1,029.1 


27 


1,907.0 


53 


1,299.9 


75 


2,403.1 


18 


1,338.7 


51 


1,271.6 


54 


959.6 


5 


285.0 


36 


1,532.9 


24 


844.4 


21 


347.0 


13 


616.7 



819 

922 

867 

2,624 

1,340 

1,784 
3,341 
1,223 
1,719 
1,627 

707 

1,495 

1,196 

671 

853 



334 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group II— TOWNS 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 





c 




Number 


.9 




of 


>>£ 


>» 


con- 


&£§ 


&2 


sumers 


2C2 


2 e 




III 


dj OS 

>E3 



Forest Hill 

Georgetown 

Goderich 

Gravenhurst . . . 
Hanover 

Hespeler 

Humberstone. . 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Kincardine. . . . 

Kingsville 

Leamington. . . . 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

Long Branch. . . 

Meaford 

Merritton 

Midland 

Mimico 

Napanee 

New Toronto . . . 

Orangeville 

Paris 

Penetanguishene 
Perth 

Petrolia 

Picton 

Port Colborne. . . 

Port Hope 

Prescott 

Preston 

Riverside 

St. Marys 

Simcoe 

Smiths Falls 

Strathroy 

Swansea 

Tecumseh 

Thorold 

Tillsonburg 

Trenton 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Waterloo 

Weston 

Whitby 

Wingham 



Nia. 


11,117 


Nia. 


2,345 


Nia. 


4,407 


G.B. 


2,135 


G.B. 


3,215 


Nia. 


2,789 


Nia. 


2,738 


G.B. 


2,770 


Nia. 


5,177 


G.B. 


2,464 


Nia. 


2,359 


Nia. 


5,630 


E.O. 


7,138 


Nia. 


2.773 


Nia. 


4,140 


G.B. 


2,811 


Nia. 


2,656 


G.B. 


6,669 


Nia. 


7,012 


E.O. 


3,148 


Nia. 


7,140 


G.B. 


2,660 


Nia. 


4,369 


G.B. 


4,094 


E.O. 


4,174 


Nia. 


2,747 


E.O. 


3,439 


Nia. 


6,503 


E.O. 


4,724 


E.O. 


2,925 


Nia. 


6,422 


Nia. 


5,090 


Nia. 


4,033 


Nia. 


6,052 


E.O. 


7,672 


Nia. 


2,917 


Nia. 


5,831 


Nia. 


2,237 


Nia. 


5,001 


Nia. 


3,945 


E.O. 


6,833 


G.B. 


2,463 


Nia. 


4,715 


Nia. 


8,524 


Nia. 


5,099 


E.O. 


3,724 


G.B. 


2,123 



$ c. 

194,446.50 

17,938.54 

29,991.07 

9,999.56 

19,974.65 


14,813.84 
10,680.15 
13,158.64 
30,011.79 
15,935.33 


14,178.16 
27,166.39 
41,893.05 
16,013.71 
27,473.19 


13,470.10 
13,140.02 
37,212.45 
55,771.20 
23,406.30 


37,247.85 
15,420.02 
22,510.28 
12,037.33 
24,520.16 


12,145.11 
21,315.14 
30,157.84 
25,488.75 
17,332.32 


31,794.80 
37,741.62 
27,377.56 
25,954.71 
44,962.72 


20,285.22 
71,445.82 
12,646.47 
19,030.70 
18,775.86 


31,247.69 
15,338.49 
19,231.93 
59,606.94 
47,014.71 


24,311.57 
12,102.13 



kw-nr 

14,665,887 

1,064,212 

1,836,975 

799,429 

1,117,606 

818,337 

519,477 

1,165,996 

2,259,700 

600,141 

914,207 
1,893,494 
2,984,979 
1,084,585 
1,773,374 

615,131 

979,621 

2,405,544 

4,357,320 

1,542,157 

2,672,660 
863,165 

1,733,100 
591,348 

1,764,166 

661,506 
1,364,905 
1,606,150 
1,851,677 
1,330,668 

2,323,616 
1,806,667 
1,744,710 
1,649,810 
3,529,069 

1,659,860 
4,922,271 
467,935 
1,379,889 
1,203,521 

2,028,948 
963,844 
1,128,278 
5,807,350 
4,789,629 

1,690,006 
622,278 



2,988 
735 

1,258 
555 
773 

758 
639 
659 
1,400 
672 

620 
1,480 
1,986 

754 
1,321 

686 

707 

1,540 

1,870 

805 

1,745 
715 

1,165 
662 

1,025 

760 
1,008 
1,492 
1,338 

725 

1,526 
1,342 
1,025 
1,526 
1,815 

830 
1,855 

579 
1,169 
1,170 

1,496 
621 
1,132 
2,036 
1,365 

908 
560 



kw-hr 
409 
121 
122 
120 
120 

90 

68 

147 

135 

74 

123 
107 
125 
120 
112 

75 
115 
130 
194 
160 

128 
101 
124 
74 
156 

73 
113 

90 
115 
153 

127 
112 
142 
90 
162 

166 

221 

67 

98 

86 

113 
129 
83 
238 
292 

155 

93 



$ c. 
5.42 
2.03 
1.99 
1.50 
2.15 



1.91 
1.53 
1.76 
1.77 
1.73 



1.77 
1.80 
1.61 
1.52 
1.99 

1.33 
1.76 
1.68 
1.59 
1.99 



2.03 
3.21 
1.82 
1.36 
1.34 

1.74 
2.06 
1.41 

2.44 
2.87 

2.23 
1.80 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



335 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1939 
Population, 2,000 or more 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










| 












Tota 
number 






Number 






<y 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


«£& 


>> 






of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


&2| 


&2 


?i 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


>S3 


2g_ 


21 




sumers 


power 




$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ C. 


cents 


$ C. 








25,339.30 


1,538,090 


228 


562 


9.26 


1.6 


2,950.63 


21 


161.0 


3,237 


7,627.30 


435,804 


123 


295 


5.17 


1.7 


26,453.64 


25 


1,270.7 


883 


16,356.05 


751,312 


248 


252 


5.50 


2.2 


13,507.47 


20 


670.0 


1,526 


8,082.09 


593,303 


131 


377 


5.14 


1.4 


11,852.10 


14 


578.6 


700 


8,233.93 


401,268 


137 


244 


5.01 


2.1 


19,038.36 


23 


856.8 


933 


4,983.93 


275,493 


100 


230 


4.15 


1.8 


43,842.31 


27 


1,977.8 


885 


3,094.09 


204,645 


79 


216 


3.26 


1.5 


4,312.65 


8 


204.5 


726 


10,519.68 


669,451 


146 


382 


6.00 


1.6 


14,185.12 


13 


874.2 


818 


16,968.52 


1,158,095 


234 


412 


6.04 


1.5 


28,879.73 


45 


1,716.1 


1,679 


9,025.96 


278,591 


119 


195 


6.32 


3.2 


11,924.22 


17 


504.6 


808 


7,719.47 


448,016 


150 


249 


4.29 


1.7 


4,798.73 


17 


225.9 


787 


17,941.48 


1,218,873 


269 


378 


5.56 


1.5 


22,009.66 


32 


1,263.5 


1,781 


26,958.45 


1,352,676 


336 


335 


6.68 


2.0 


31,313.76 


74 


1,791.3 


2,396 


11,368.89 


643,998 


158 


340 


6.00 


1.8 


12,826.27 


23 


709.8 


935 


6,300.81 


417,024 


94 


369 


5.58 


1.5 


2,338.94 


5 


109.8 


1,420 


7,945.83 


367,954 


143 


214 


4.63 


2.2 


6,022.32 


18 


352.8 


847 


3,003.96 


207,976 


66 


262 


3.79 


1.4 


116,890.35 


15 


5,863.9 


788 


17,381.86 


1,054,201 


205 


429 


7.07 


1.6 


48,885.44 


50 


3,281.9 


1,795 


11,066.92 


761,026 


152 


417 


6.07 


1.5 


11,440.71 


19 


506.9 


2,041 


15,038.02 


726,691 


203 


298 


6.17 


2.1 


9,958.05 


28 


562.7 


1,036 


17,359.11 


1,270,896 


212 


500 


6.82 


1.3 


148,467.78 


31 


6,949.0 


1,988 


10,416.16 


532,801 


147 


302 


5.90 


2.0 


6,378.89 


23 


378.3 


885 


8,283.65 


612,840 


192 


266 


3.60 


1.4 


14,629.41 


24 


930.3 


1,381 


6,703.71 


308,089 


107 


240 


5.22 


2.2 


18,571.02 


24 


765.4 


793 


15,108.64 


861,552 


198 


361 


6.33 


1.8 


15,325.34 


26 


852.7 


1,249 


7,884.49 


357,546 


181 


165 


3.63 


2.2 


23,196.43 


68 


882.1 


1,009 


16,028.97 


940,763 


196 


400 


6.82 


1.7 


5,239.98 


29 


390.2 


1,233 


17,241.82 


1,082,422 


249 


362 


5.77 


1.6 


22,680.39 


24 


1,058.0 


1,765 


12,635.83 


703,156 


205 


286 


5.14 


1.8 


28,159.38 


37 


1,528.7 


1,580 


10,241.08 


698,148 


170 


342 


5.02 


1.5 


5,120.71 


21 


357.5 


916 


19,482.98 


1,115,747 


227 


410 


7.15 


1.7 


43,264.52 


46 


2,597.9 


1,799 


4,590.50 


221,799 


55 


336 


6.95 


2.1 


5,833.50 


8 


224.5 


1,405 


10,777.40 


526,549 


170 


258 


5.28 


2.0 


22,657.54 


40 


964.1 


1,235 


30,085.80 


2,239,654 


375 


498 


6.69 


1.3 


28,669.71 


41 


1,420.3 


1,942 


16,839.47 


1,000,323 


279 


299 


5.03 


1.7 


21,467.45 


44 


1,115.0 


2,138 


12,142.22 


713,989 


180 


330 


5.62 


1.7 


11,554.93 


29 


753.1 


1,039 


7,662.27 


434,115 


84 


431 


7.60 


1.8 


16,082.84 


13 


723.8 


1,952 


4,367.60 


176,296 


53 


277 


6.87 


2.5 


1,893.55 


3 


97.3 


635 


7,517.17 


613,989 


162 


316 


3.87 


1.2 


39,932.79 


17 


1,987.0 


1,348 


17,545.74 


1,263,322 


261 


403 


5.60 


1.4 


11,413.96 


35 


687.8 


1,466 


19,932.05 


987,485 


264 


312 


6.29 


2.0 


58,900.73 


51 


2,894.5 


1,811 


9,836.96 


473,732 


139 


284 


5.90 


2.1 


7,168.43 


17 


268.3 


777 


12,712.65 


708,772 


251 


235 


4.22 


1.8 


57,646.25 


38 


2,300.1 


1,421 


25,685.59 


1,903,981 


260 


610 


8.23 


1.3 


37,004.26 


71 


2,184.6 


2,367 


11,041.59 


864,409 


179 


402 


5.14 


1.3 


44,332.26 


29 


2,376.7 


1,573 


13,106.03 


718,641 


166 


361 


6.58 


1.8 


14,217.99 


23 


629.3 


1,097 


8,021.17 


355,942 


150 


198 


4.56 


2.3 


9,630.55 


25 


427.4 


735 



336 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 

Note — The power used in the smaller places and rural districts is, and possibly must always 
be. a relatively small proportion of the power distributed by the Commission. Thus, the power 
used by the small municipalities in the following group, which includes small towns, villages and 
certain suburban areas in townships, is less than 10 per cent of the power distributed by the 
Commission to Ontario municipalities. This relatively small proportion of the total power, 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 

of 

con- 


| 


83 


sumers 


>B8 





°-9 
Z* 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alexandria 

Alliston 

Alvinston 

Ancaster Twp. . 

Apple Hill 

Arkona. 

Arthur 

Athens 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bath 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 
Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bradford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . 
Caledonia. . . . 
Campbellville . 

Cannington. . 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Cayuga 

Chatsworth. . . 



Nia. 


1,869 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


483 


E.O. 


1,971 


G.B. 


1,405 


Nia. 


650 


Nia. 




E.O. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


397 


G.B. 


1,017 


E.O. 


670 


Nia. 


730 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


343 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,161 


G.B. 


955 


G.B. 


571 


Nia. 


814 


Nia. 


1,758 


E.O. 


653 


Nia. 


656 


Nia. 


600 


Nia. 


694 


G.B. 


989 


Nia. 




G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,454 


Nia. 


773 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,425 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


756 


N.O.P. 


1,680 


E.O. 


1,556 


Nia. 


682 


G.B. 


337 



$ c. 
10,990.19 
4,842.83 
2,419.50 
7,335.22 
9,905.36 

3,524.01 
11,135.51 
1,273.82 
2,712.22 
5,353.71 

3,157.54 
5,469.70 
3,454.51 
1,901.19 
3,505.23 

9,505.80 
6,069.35 
3,522.56 
4,462.41 
8,934.25 

3,241.21 
3,396.76 
4,113.76 

2,746.74 
6,216.75 

22,718.14 
1,247.35 
4,850.10 
2,316.18 
9,203.39 

4,509.68 
4,456.75 
1,647.51 
6,679.25 
1,681.59 

5,321.50 
9,684.77 
7,276.09 
3,811.30 
1,868.85 



kw-hr. 

808,498 

293,412 

120,766 

195,097 

402,090 

68,270 

663,301 

28,506 

64,064 

134,096 

83,890 
296,102 
255,814 

46,810 
191,442 

702,439 
334,512 
86,570 
175,730 
516,340 

129,943 
124,741 
218,756 
155,215 
200,056 

1,364,404 

22,391 

195,600 

70,898 

284,222 

158,903 
330,587 

49,159 
312,209 

45,681 

219,311 
246,256 
441,432 
121,000 
66,865 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


510 


132 


1.80 


154 


159 


2.62 


142 


71 


1.42 


363 


45 


1.68 


370 


91 


2.23 


168 


34 


1.75 


324 


170 


2.87 


56 


42 


1.90 


103 


52 


2.19 


214 


52 


2.08 


172 


41 


1.53 


225 


110 


2.03 


150 


142 


1.92 


50 


78 


3.17 


163 


98 


1.79 


349 


168 


2.27 


328 


85 


1.54 


133 


54 


2.21 


244 


60 


1.52 


557 


75 


1.29 


170 


64 


1.59 


176 


58 


1.61 


178 


102 


1.93 


189 


68 


1.21 


243 


69 


2.13 


970 


117 


1.95 


33 


57 


3.15 


183 


89 


2.21 


117 


50 


1.65 


511 


46 


1.50 


240 


55 


1.57 


196 


141 


1.89 


56 


73 


2.45 


406 


64 


1.37 


51 


75 


2.75 


250 


73 


1.77 


307 


67 


2.63 


371 


99 


1.63 


171 


59 


1.86 


87 


64 


1.79 



cents 
1.4 
1.7 
2.0 
3.8 
2.5 

5.2 

1.7 
4.5 
4.2 
4.0 

3.8 
1.8 
1.4 
4.1 
1.8 

1.4 

1.8 
4.1 
2.5 
1.7 

2.5 
2.7 
1.9 
1.8 
3.1 

1.7 
5.6 
2.5 
3.3 
3.2 

2.8 
1.3 
3.4 
2.1 

3.7 

2.4 
3.9 
1.6 

3.1 

2.8 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



337 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1939 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 

however, exerts upon the economic life of the Province a most beneficial influence. It should 
further be appreciated that about 35 per cent of these municipalities obtain their power, not from 
Niagara, but from relatively small water-power developments throughout the Province. The net 
cost per kilowatt-hour given in the table is the cost inclusive of all charges. Consult also 
introduction to Statement "D'\ page 328. 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










§ 












Total 
number 






Number 






8. 




Number 


Average 
monthly 


of 






of 


*t 


>. 






of 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


&2 2 

5Pt3 3 


&5 


o ri 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2 ci 


<u OS 


z M 




sumers 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ C. 


cents 


$ C. 








4,871.41 


266,757 


89 


250 


4.56 


1.8 


16,192.77 


16 


684.0 


615 


1,253.62 


60,406 


26 


194 


4.02 


2.1 


972.14 


2 


55.3 


182 


1,381.74 


56,005 


35 


133 


3.29 


2.5 


925.47 


2 


40.1 


179 


5,369.13 


121,299 


115 


88 


3.89 


4.4 


3,074.00 


12 


106.8 


490 


6,896.12 


227,055 


109 


174 


5.27 


3.0 


3,145.58 


14 


155.6 


493 


2,394.00 


62,897 


53 


99 


3.76 


3.8 


526.70 


2 


17.5 


223 


3,200.32 


180,493 


36 


417 


7.40 


1.8 


868.24 


6 


40.6 


366 


877.24 


26,540 


24 


92 


3.05 


3.3 


416.74 


2 


25.5 


82 


1,694.67 


42,380 


36 


98 


3.92 


4.0 


56.27 


1 


3.0 


140 


4,856.10 


125,168 


87 


120 


4.65 


3.9 


1,130.67 


6 


75.7 


307 


1,548.70 


37,070 


45 


69 


2.87 


4.2 


916.67 


1 


33.7 


218 


1,708.80 


73,675 


41 


150 


3.47 


2.3 


528.62 


5 


24.6 


271 


2,102.12 


104,521 


39 


223 


4.49 


2.0 


5,437.00 


2 


242.2 


191 


632.28 


11,116 

34,784 


10 
22 


93 
131 


5.27 
2.77 


5.7 
2.1 








60 


731.95 


' 10,388". 06 


"i 


446*. i 


189 


4,912.50 


216,357 


73 


250 


5.67 


2.3 


2,007.22 


6 


112.9 


428 


2,692.69 


155,119 


67 


193 


3.35 


1.7 


1,350.84 


9 


76.6 


404 


2,056.38 


45,055 


34 


110 


5.04 


4.6 


995.95 


4 


60.6 


171 


2,446.87 


105,411 


44 


200 


4.63 


2.3 


1.219.74 


2 


35.6 


290 


7,801.22 


471,358 


133 


295 


4.89 


1.7 


4,913.18 


14 


210.4 


704 


1,716.21 


57,164 


43 


111 


3.33 


3.0 


1,025.30 


7 


37.2 


220 


1,956.94 


66,630 


47 


118 


3.47 


2.9 


418.21 


3 


26.8 


226 


1,726.74 


60,983 


48 


106 


3.00 


2.8 


2,162.39 


10 


106.7 


236 


1,669.08 


86,865 


54 


134 


2.58 


1.9 


693.78 


7 


75.8 


250 


3,985.33 


111,769 


68 


137 


4.88 


3.6 


2,544.63 


8 


125.6 


319 


4,266.29 


292,026 


53 


459 


6.71 


1.5 


3,432.69 


8 


164.7 


1,031 


1,021.65 


25,730 


22 


97 


3.87 


4.0 


821.96 


4 


38.5 


59 


798.07 


30,407 


19 


133 


3.50 


2.6 


144.10 


1 


5.0 


203 


1,960.77 


60,953 


39 


130 


4.19 


3.2 


654.56 


4 


21.4 


160 


4,255.87 


174,413 


95 


153 


3.73 


2.4 


3,234.53 


9 


176.1 


615 


3,014.64 


99,372 


69 


120 


3.64 


3.0 


713.92 


2 


26.7 


311 


1,201.70 


69,655 


29 


200 


3.45 


1.7 


605.97 


1 


23.6 


226 


794.22 


22,183 


18 


103 


3.68 


3.6 


240.83 


2 


15.2 


76 


5,200.34 


333,365 


102 


272 


4.25 


1.6 


1,740.26 


8 


76.5 


516 


731.66 


18,853 
70,554 


13 
67 


121 
88 


4.69 
2.83 


3.9 
3.2 








64 


2,272.92 


512.08 


10 


28.4 


327 


3,987.81 


132,349 


49 


225 


6.78 


3.0 


740.27 


1 


25.0 


357 


2,405.82 


120,875 


61 


165 


3.29 


2.0 


522.97 


3 


18.7 


435 


3,866.43 


120,216 


62 


162 


5.20 


3.2 


922.61 


7 


37.0 


240 


1,415.79 


53,810 


35 


128 


3.37 


2.6 








122 













338 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 







c 




Number 






of 


*& 


Consumption 


con- 


Pi 




sumers 


2 c <f> 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


503,409 


432 


97 


308,862 


249 


103 


594,592 


335 


148 


74,208 


122 


50 


756,939 


575 


110 


53,876 


117 


38 


247,674 


257 


80 


190,289 


160 


99 


79,493 


105 


63 


52,910 


105 


42 


83,916 


111 


63 


32,479 


72 


38 


105,310 


161 


55 


60,224 


83 


60 


103,650 


61 


142 


195,681 


308 


53 


131,753 


141 


78 


132,256 


167 


66 


330,277 


437 


63 


106,728 


90 


99 


39,896 


56 


59 


148,470 


194 


64 


374,599 


448 


70 


190,990 


222 


72 


12,227,125 


9,729 


104 


171,500 


174 


82 


26,060 


65 


33 


382,905 


331 


96 


168,783 


114 


123 


143,754 


195 


61 


40,865 


86 


40 


453,280 


478 


79 


12,273,876 


4,339 


235 


765,121 


475 


134 


120,916 


93 


108 


77,390 


137 


47 


208,603 


236 


74 


626,545 


466 


112 


203,847 


220 


77 


93,494 


175 


45 



21- 

5 s3 



Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Comber 

Cookstown. . . . 

Cottam ... 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dash wood 

Delaware 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York Twp 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke Twp. 

Exeter 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Glencoe 

Grand Valley . . 



G.B. 


1,743 


E.O. 


1,083 


Nia. 


1,140 


Nia. 


452 


Nia. 


1,888 


E.O. 


627 


E.O. 


955 


G.B. 


612 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


329 


G.B. 


615 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,300 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


527 


Nia. 


1,572 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


700 


G.B. 


1,864 


Nia. 


793 


Nia. 




G.B. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,149 


Nia. 


423 


Nia. 


295 


Nia. 




Nia. 


1,854 


Nia. 




Nia. 


1,649 


E.O. 


337 


G.B. 


455 


Nia. 


867 


Nia. 


1,520 


Nia. 


726 


G.B. 


605 



$ c. 
8,790.72 
4,548.00 
7,714.04 
2,553.97 
12,430.52 

2,127.91 
5,375.34 
3,550.73 
2,029.18 
2,254.81 

2,342.16 
1,718.52 
2,910.21 
1,672.59 
1,812.37 

5,654.28 
2,581.81 
3,434.83 
6,361.53 
2,313.04 

1,436.66 
3,176.45 
6,979.40 
3,119.40 
192,960.94 

3,641.26 
1,245.14 
7,465.96 
3,097.16 
3,988.67 

1,784.35 

7,984.64 

146,226.81 

11,169.75 

2,205.80 

2,561.14 
5,135.52 
11,957.16 
5,017.33 
3,433.97 



1.52 
1.74 
1.85 
1.61 
1.79 

1.76 
1.99 
1.51 
1.68 
2.48 

1.53 
1.53 
1.71 
1.21 
2.14 

2.14 
1.36 
1.30 
1.17 
1.65 

1.74 
1.59 
1.87 
2.26 
1.70 

1.73 
1.39 
2.80 
1.96 
1.98 

1.56 
1.81 
2.14 
1.93 
1.64 



cents 
1.7 
1.5 
1.3 
3.4 
1.6 

3.9 
2.2 
1.9 
2.6 
4.3 

2.8 
5.3 
2.8 
2.8 
1.7 

2.9 
2.0 
2.6 
1.9 
2.2 

3.6 
2.1 
1.9 
1.6 
1.6 

2.1 
4.8 
1.9 
1.8 
2.8 

4.4 
1.8 
1.2 
1.5 
1.8 

3.3 
2.5 
1.9 
2.5 
3.7 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



339 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1939 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










| 












Total 
number 






Number 






<u 




Number 


Average 
monthly 


of 






of 


«£§ 


>» 


Q. 




of 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


8>5l 


&5 


Sri 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


? C f> 

III 


21- 

0/ OS 






sumers 


power 




$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ C. 


cents 


$ C. 








5,411.68 


295,790 


102 


242 


4.42 


1.8 


6,722.53 


21 


367.0 


555 


3,604.46 


162,380 


76 


* 178 


3.95 


2.2 


1,909.23 


3 


85.5 


328 


2,316.26 


142,715 


49 


243 


3.94 


1.6 


1,215.31 


2 


41.7 


386 


2,182.03 


75,144 


38 


164 


4.78 


2.9 


511.38 


1 


17.9 


161 


8,024.21 


353,873 


133 


222 


5.03 


2.3 


4,040.57 


16 


190.9 


724 


2,534.74 


61,087 


53 


96 


3.99 


4.1 


334.36 


1 


8.3 


171 


3,183.90 


120,426 


77 


130 


3.45 


2.6 


785.44 


4 


47.0 


338 


1,528.54 


54,368 


49 


92 


2.60 


2.8 


5,997.63 


3 


265.5 


212 


1,976.44 


68,517 


47 


121 


3.50 


2.9 


1,785.36 


2 


66.7 


154 


1,485.00 


37,592 


32 


98 


3.87 


4.0 


861.74 


3 


61.6 


140 


1,417.41 


77,831 


29 


224 


4.08 


1.8 


280.70 


1 


15.0 


141 


1,123.94 


28,747 


25 


96 


3.75 


3.9 


989.57 


1 


12.5 


98 


1,987.61 


69,505 


60 


97 


2.76 


2.9 


1,012.35 


4 


72.9 


225 


1,156.66 


31,183 


27 


96 


3.57 


3.7 


738.26 


2 


26.3 


112 


805.48 


27,160 
57,661 


17 
65 


133 

74 


3.95 
2.68 


3.0 
3.6 








78 


2,092.35 


1,910.91 


7 


69.1 


380 


942.56 


36,722 


27 


113 


2.91 


2.6 


706.59 


2 


38.4 


170 


1,960.72 


59,407 


65 


76 


2.51 


3.3 


1,274.16 


4 


65.4 


236 


6,003.98 


332,245 


127 


218 


3.93 


1.8 


3,445.30 


11 


227.9 


575 


912.01 


34,203 


27 


106 


2.81 


2.7 


640.20 


1 


25.3 


118 


805.84 


21,078 


22 


80 


3.05 


3.8 


1,287.99 


2 


52.2 


80 


2,860.62 


103,701 


73 


118 


3.26 


2.7 


2,861.53 


6 


156.9 


273 


5,121.51 


247,459 


106 


194 


4.03 


2.1 


3,949.96 


14 


224.8 


568 


2,338.36 


123,090 


64 


160 


3.04 


1.9 


2,903.15 


10 


164.3 


296 


30,298.00 


1,852,101 


428 


360 


5.90 


1.6 


37,564.43 


44 


1,675.3 


10,201 


1,738.24 


77,884 


50 


130 


2.90 


2.2 


2,589.58 


8 


122.9 


232 


670.34 


15,174 


23 


55 


2.43 


4.4 


1,095.54 


1 


39.4 


89 


4,105.50 


168,465 


72 


195 


4.81 


2.4 


2,884.29 


3 


148.3 


406 


1,335.25 


39,659 


38 


87 


2.93 


3.4 


231.30 


2 


14.8 


154 


1,300.02 


44,377 


16 


231 


6.77 


2.9 


426.97 


2 


18.4 


213 


380.50 


10,955 
413,290 


3 
119 


304 
289 


10.57 

4.76 


3.5 
1.6 








89 


6,790.64 


'6,i09.85 


"io 


"326*4 


613 


23,166.79 


1,559,000 


241 


539 


8.01 


1.5 


27,836.78 


35 


1,313.8 


4,615 


6,151.82 


300,298 


131 


191 


3.91 


2.0 


3,307.61 


13 


225.7 


^619 


1,636.94 


56,464 


37 


127 


3.69 


2.9 


335.67 


1 


9.2 


131 


1,925.25 


66,800 


51 


109 


3.15 


2.9 


544.91 


2 


28.5 


190 


1,762.50 


77,360 


33 


195 


4.45 


2.3 


504.23 


3 


16.8 


272 


6,181.06 


236,829 


124 


159 


4.15 


2.6 


4,596.50 


22 


222.0 


612 


3,952.16 


142,765 


81 


147 


4.07 


2.8 


3,263.94 


9 


102.5 


310 


2,162.78 


58,408 


54 


90 


3.34 


3.7 


1,439.01 


4 


75.1 


233 



340 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 





c 




Number 






of 


>>& 


>» 


con- 


%£% 


m-5 


sumers 


2gg 
|§8 





05 
2- 



Granton 

Hagersville . 
Harriston. . . 
Harrow. . . . 
Hastings. . . 

Havelock. . . 

Hensall 

Highgate . . . 
Holstein. . . . 
Jarvis 

Kemptville. 
Kirkfield... 
Lakefield . . . 
Lambeth . . . 
Lanark 

Lancaster. . . 

La Salle 

London Twp 

Lucan 

Lucknow . . . 

Lynden. . . . 

Madoc 

Markdale. . . 
Markham. . . 
Marmora. . . 

Martintown. 
Maxville. . . 

Merlin 

Millbrook. . . 
Mildmay 

Milton 

Milverton. . . 

Mitchell 

Moorefield. . . 
Morrisburg. . 

Mt. Brydges. 
Mt. Forest. . 
Neustadt. . . . 
Newbury 
Newcastle . . . 



Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,355 


Nia. 


1,269 


Nia. 


1,032 


E.O. 


757 


E.O. 


1,147 


Nia. 


685 


Nia. 


362 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


519 


E.O. 


1,218 


G.B. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,308 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


723 


E.O. 


511 


Nia. 


882 


Nia. 




Nia. 


610 


G.B. 


1,034 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,108 


G.B. 


781 


Nia. 


1,153 


E.O. 


995 


E.O. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


758 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


737 


G.B. 


754 


Nia. 


1,848 


Nia. 


1,010 


Nia. 


1,615 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,853 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


1,840 


G.B. 


455 


Nia. 


288 


E.O. 


700 



$ c 
1,869.76 
6,043.26 
7,187.62 
9,057.95 
3,758.61 

5,288.26 
4,099.63 
1,624.48 
956.80 
2,705.08 

7,103.67 
956.03 
5,925.37 
3,087.56 
2,693.77 

2,071.61 
6,399.24 
12,272.90 
4,311.08 
6,364.73 

2,093.19 
4,873.58 
3,787.61 
7,323.65 
3,697.68 

684.89 
3,562.39 
2,283.67 
3,720.54 
3,410.06 

13,079.35 
4,902.24 

11,847.47 
1,045.14 
8,542.20 

2,780.89 
8,967.74 
2,104.67 
1,234.83 
5,567.77 



kw-hr. 
96,978 
316,006 
479,431 
605,247 
129,879 

190,692 

166,090 

60,940 

15,997 

96,194 

391,378 

15,617 

249,004 

175,087 

83,245 

45,710 

346,702 

1,028,026 

209,872 

159,942 

71,076 
172,566 
154,150 
408,463 
114,665 

24,225 

97,549 

75,662 

110,409 

165,358 

717,642 
344,391 
800,056 
23,730 
478,759 

150,639 

444,205 

29,451 

32,561 

193,114 



89 
372 
365 
299 
213 

291 
194 
101 
50 
143 

342 
30 
327 
127 
158 

93 
221 
413 
184 
247 

94 
287 
220 
313 
228 

46 
152 
116 
178 
169 

518 

252 

489 

57 

428 

143 

489 

98 

69 

201 



kw-hr. 

91 

71 

109 

169 

51 

55 
71 
50 
27 
56 

95 

43 

63 

115 

44 

41 

131 

207 

95 

54 

63 

50 

58 

109 

42 

44 
53 
54 
55 
82 

115 

114 

136 

35 

93 

88 
76 
25 
39 
80 



1.51 
1.76 
1.34 
1.59 
1.58 

1.73 
2.66 
1.51 
2.03 
1.42 

1.86 
2.41 
2.48 
1.95 
2.15 

1.86 
1.42 
1.43 
1.95 
1.35 



■2.10 
1.62 
2.02 
1.53 
1.66 

1.62 
1.53 
1.79 
1.49 
2.31 



cents 
1.9 
1.9 
1.5 
1.5 
2.9 

2.8 
2.5 
2.7 
6.0 
2.8 

1.8 
6.1 
2.4 
1.8 
3.2 

4.5 
1.8 
1.2 
2.1 
4.0 

2.9 
2.8 
2.5 
1.8 
3.2 

2.8 
3.7 
3.0 
3.2 
2.1 

1.8 
1.4 
1.5 

4.4 
1.8 

1.8 
2.0 
7.1 
3.8 
2.9 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



341 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1939 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










g 












Total 
number 






Number 






& 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


,^I 


>» 






of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


&2| 


&£ 


t* 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


Jll 


2|- 






sumers 


power 




$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cents 


$ C. 








1,013.83 


39,839 
333,820 


31 
114 


107 
244 


2.72 
4.40 


2.5 
1.8 








120 


6,014.68 


"li',790' i9 


*'i3 


"'598.7 


499 


4,738.48 


212,595 


102 


174 


3.87 


2.2 


5,846.95 


14 


269.3 


481 


5,009.00 


236,001 


83 


237 


5.11 


2.1 


2,761.98 


6 


136.4 


388 


2,197 22 


59,299 


53 


93 


3.45 


3.7 


244.49 


4 


17.1 


270 


2,944.33 


66,966 


58 


96 


4.23 


4.4 


2,260.06 


3 


87.9 


352 


2,712.51 


96,550 


58 


139 


3.90 


2.8 


3,264.82 


14 


149.4 


266 


899.31 


30,720 


35 


73 


2.14 


2.9 


1,043.46 


5 


60.4 


141 


642.09 


12,800 


22 


48 


2.43 


5.0 


134.12 


1 


7.5 


73 


1,967.35 


86,177 


44 


163 


3.72 


2.3 


3,232.99 


4 


121.6 


191 


4,973.81 


252,830 


85 


248 


4.88 


2.0 


4,543.84 


6 


204.5 


433 


1,100.47 


23,378 


20 


97 


4.59 


4.7 








50 


4,147.92 


169,810 


71 


199 


4.87 


2.4 


""3,578!i8 


6 


"'i76\8 


404 


1,201.87 


52,175 


24 


181 


4.17 


2.3 


540.81 


2 


27.5 


153 


1,538.04 


50,483 

40,610 
68.889 


40 

36 
19 


105 

94 
302 


3.20 

3.73 

7.18 


3.0 

4.0 
2.4 








198 


1,612.90 








129 


1,636.31 


1,707! ii 


3 


"55\4 


243 


2,431.79 


158,398 


20 


660 


10.13 


1.5 


1,630.87 


4 


76.0 


437 


1,973.15 


70,504 


56 


105 


2.94 


2.8 


1,797.84 


7 


91.0 


247 


3,919.42 


87,668 


80 


91 


4.08 


4.5 


4,652.25 


6 


139.0 


333 


863.22 


28,352 


14 


169 


5.14 


3.0 


709.67 


2 


39.6 


110 


3,850.94 


140,050 


97 


120 


3.31 


2.7 


1,131.44 


6 


79.8 


390 


2,776.21 


124,009 


81 


128 


2.86 


2.2 


1,101.42 


11 


87.8 


312 


3,430.32 


179,095 


71 


210 


4.03 


1.9 


2,987.29 


9 


140.8 


393 


1,973.69 


76,682 


47 


136 


3.50 


2.6 


322.06 


2 


26.2 


277 


954.20 


33,989 
65,919 
75,768 


25 

48 
48 


113 
114 
132 


3.18 
4.67 
3.86 


2.8 
4.1 
2.9 








71 


2,689.51 








200 


2,222.62 


495^47 


2 


" "l7\7 


166 


1,850.08 


30,922 


53 


49 


2.91 


5.5 


464.63 


3 


14.8 


234 


2,206.89 


72,766 


50 


121 


3.78 


3.0 


928.97 


3 


29.9 


222 


6,484.44 


325,112 


110 


246 


4.91 


2.0 


17,992.77 


15 


730.7 


643 


3,615.31 


166,816 


73 


190 


4.13 


2.2 


3,667.52 


9 


238.1 


334 


5,710.81 


302,061 


125 


201 


3.81 


1.9 


4,348.33 


23 


290.0 


637 


1,083.73 


38,646 


31 


104 


2.91 


2.8 


26.70 


1 


2.0 


89 


5,654.00 


240,328 


118 


170 


3.99 


2.4 


2,401.79 


14 


165.4 


560 


1,030.01 


42,642 


40 


89 


2.15 


2.4 


718.25 


3 


36.6 


186 


7,481.45 


375,585 


156 


201 


4.00 


2.0 


5,471.52 


14 


294.0 


659 


1,069.82 


19,080 


29 


55 


3.07 


5.6 


405.24 


1 


9.2 


128 


665.32 


20,206 


21 


80 


2.64 


3.3 


314.31 


1 


14.0 


91 


2,849 31 


85,224 


36 


197 


6.60 


3.3 


1,737.21 


5 


63.0 


242 



342 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 



Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 





System 


Popula- 
tion 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


Ell 


a) OS 
3 £S 


u 


New Hamburg 


Nia. 
Nia. 
T.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 

E.O. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
E.O. 

Nia. 

G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
G.B. 

G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 

G.B. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
E.O. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 


1,458 
1,670 
V.A. 

' 1,365 

710 
514 
553 

P.V. 

P.V. 

729 
1,406 

900 
P.V. 
1,177 

1,901 
1,590 
1,705 
1,321 
905 

1,128 
556 
737w 
f3,500s 
P.V. 
P.V. 

P.V. 

403 
1,317 
1,958 

442 

P.V. 
695 
305 

P.V. 
108 

P.V. 
P.V. 

1,705 
1,043 


$ C. 

9,562.95 

13,701.77 

3,462.47 

155,939.24 

8,958.87 

4,453.57 
1,595.96 
2,510.99 
4,731.72 
2,529.46 

4,090.42 
9,801.95 
5,277.64 
2,490.26 
5,842.74 

14,810.88 

15,699.86 

8,789.84 

9,523.92 

4,103.29 

7,447.92 

3,084.17 

13,025.42 

792.02 
2,425.10 

3,271.93 
2,050.39 
8,538.59 
8,710.57 
3,242.20 

3,846.70 
3,370.91 
2,776.97 
2,775.18 
2,172.80 

3,168.32 

3,943.63 

112,683.60 

10,255.34 

5,633.39 


kw-hr. 

573,521 
1,157,355 

163,655 
8,806,657 

629,150 

154,170 
83,541 
94,537 

140,647 

97,785 
767,003 
196,100 

98,353 
255,686 

1,277,140 

1,286,672 

448,567 

531,958 

137,980 

295,916 

94,690 

769,314 

12,303 
112,228 

251,720 

91,289 

575,850 

561,188 

66,094 

196,800 

175,096 

47,220 

83,241 

92,977 

153,366 
276,800 
6,835,504 
598,563 
220,006 


368 
524 
195 
4,711 
384 

235 
93 
165 
188 
130 

202 
392 

277 
109 
305 

515 
620 
632 
448 
220 

340 
136 
697 

36 

87 

77 

66 

367 

568 

120 

162 

244 
62 

119 
73 

150 

132 

5,029 

473 
301 


kw-hr. 
130 
184 
70 
155 
137 

55 
75 

48 


$ c. 
2.17 
2.18 
1.48 
2.77 
1.94 

1.58 
1.43 
1.27 


cents 
1.7 


Niagara-on-the-Lake 

Nipigon Twp 


1.2 
2 


North York Twp 

Norwich 


1.7 

1 4 


Norwood 


2 9 


Oil Springs 


1.9 


Omemee 


2.7 


Orono*. . . . 




Otterville 


80 

40 
163 
59 
75 
70 

207 

173 

59 

99 

52 

73 
58 
92 

28 
107 

272 

115 

130 

82 

46 

101 
60 
63 
58 

106 

85 
175 
113 
105 

61 


1.62 

1.69 
2.08 
1.59 
1.90 
1.60 

2.40 
2.11 
1.16 
1.77 
1.55 

1.83 
1.89 
1.56 

1.83 
2.32 

3.54 
2.59 
1.94 
1.28 
2.25 

1.98 
1.15 
3.73 
1.94 
2.48 

1.76 

2.49 
1.86 
1.81 
1.56 


1 8 


Paisley 


4 2 


Palmerston 


1.3 


Parkhill 


2.7 


Plattsville 


2.5 


Point Edward 


2.3 


Port Credit 


1.1 


Port Dalhousie 


1.2 


Port Dover 


2,0 


Port Elgin 


1.8 


Port McNicoll 


3.0 


Port Perry 


2.5 


Port Rowan 


3.3 


Pert Stanley 


1.7 


Priceville 


6.4 


Princeton 


2.2 


Queenston 


1.3 


Richmond 


2.2 


Richmond Hill 


1.5 


Ridgetown 

Ripley 


1.6 

4.9 


Rockwood 

Rodnev 


2.0 

1.9 


Rosseau 


5.9 


Russell 


3.3 


St. Clair Beach 

St. George 


2.3 
2.1 


St. Jacobs 

Scarboro Twp 

Seaforth 

vShelburne 


1.4 
1.6 
1.7 
2.6 



*Thirteen months, operation. 

fSummer resort — Population in August is about 3,500. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



343 



D"— Continued 



in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1939 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










g 












Total 
number 






Number 






& 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


£c 


>> 






of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


UTS C 


S2 


o Js 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


5 C « 

>E8 


Qj O — i 






sumers 


power 




$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ C. 


cents 


$ C. 








4,551.01 


193,615 


98 


165 


3c\7 


2.4 


5,257.00 


13 


279.4 


479 


4,155.49 


252,350 


84 


250 


4.12 


1.6 


1,930.47 


8 


82.6 


616 


3,261.85 


163,770 


57 


239 


4.77 


2.0 


684.83 


2 


43.3 


254 


23,719.66 


981,510 


305 


268 


6.48 


2.4 


38,922.32 


35 


1,239.9 


5,051 


4,518.85 


243,272 


95 


213 


3.96 


1.9 


2,119.42 


9 


137.7 


488 


2,346.21 


58.525 


57 


86 


3.43 


4.0 


528.28 


3 


26.7 


295 


1,482.59 


64,843 


33 


164 


3.74 


2.3 


6,371.44 


36 


190.4 


162 


1,735.66 


72,072 


41 


146 


3.52 


2.4 


2,311.16 


6 


108.0 


212 


2,495.69 




46 








59.05 


1 




235 


2,105.25 


107,253 


45 


' " i99 


'3.89 


"2.0 


375.91 


3 


""18.7 


178 


2,738.15 


82,964 


51 


136 


4.47 


3.3 


768.44 


4 


29.5 


257 


5,666.32 


282,395 


103 


228 


4.58 


2.0 


6,868.15 


12 


390.4 


507 


3,638.02 


104,041 


80 


108 


3.79 


3.5 


1,392.15 


5 


42.6 


362 


1,054.21 


47,693 


24 


166 


3.66 


2.2 


1,128.63 


1 


43.1 


134 


2,254.64 


76,757 


44 


145 


4.27 


2.9 


30,904.93 


10 


1,219.1 


359 


6,718.56 


438,590 


93 


393 


6.02 


1.5 


4,295.91 


8 


180.4 


616 


3,402.95 


202,201 


55 


306 


5.16 


1.7 


5,358.27 


14 


234.3 


689 


4,840.75 


250,420 


119 


175 


3.39 


1.9 


4,459.39 


16 


216.8 


767 


5,908.92 


251,324 


113 


185 


4.35 


2.3 


3,343.97 


6 


189.6 


567 


662.63 


23,465 


20 


98 


2.76 


2.8 


43.09 


1 


1.3 


241 


3,269.46 


100,139 


81 


103 


3.36 


3.3 


2,602.87 


12 


125.4 


433 


2,288.18 


81,400 


44 


154 


4.33 


2.8 


104.73 


3 


9.9 


183 


4,393.73 


193,709 


100 


161 


3.66 


2.3 


4,100.86 


9 


189.8 


806 


315.88 


4,961 


10 


41 


2.63 


6.4 


79.81 


1 


2.0 


47 


884.12 


38,006 


20 


158 


3.68 


2.3 


1,759.85 


3 


71.3 


110 


1,113.03 


53,715 

38,525 

243,859 


13 

28 
68 


344 
115 
298 


7.13 
4.38 
5.07 


2.1 
3.8 
1.7 








90 


1,470.01 








94 


4,141.81 


""2,693; 02 


"13 


"'\2l.b 


448 


7,055.04 


396,697 


142 


233 


4.14 


1.8 


4,242.28 


20 


248.0 


730 


1,710.68 


29,468 


49 


50 


2.91 


5.8 


1,306.71 


1 


51.8 


170 


1,040.49 


41,828 


34 


103 


2.55 


2.5 


319.35 


2 


12.9 


198 


2,644.84 


104,365 


79 


110 


2.79 


2.5 


1,915.25 


6 


97.2 


329 


1,035.80 


18,085 


22 


69 


3.92 


5.7 








84 


1,614.08 


40,451 


35 


96 


3.84 


4.0 








154 


2,357.41 


92,180 


8 


960 


24.55 


2.6 


"304!54 


i 


" HK0 


82 


1,525.11 


68,455 


35 


163 


3.63 


2.2 


2,438.87 


2 


97.5 


187 


1,642.93 


65,662 


31 


177 


4.42 


2.5 


4,745.55 


7 


195.0 


170 


23,451.65 


1,351,242 


353 


319 


5.53 


1.7 


24,490.96 


33 


965.7 


5,415 


6,475.62 


387,977 


118 


274 


4.57 


1.7 


4,163.77 


14 


217.0 


605 


3,735.63 


144,270 


79 


152 


3.94 


2.6 


2,398.31 


14 


190.4 


394 



344 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 


Popula- 




tion 


N.O.P. 


1,901 


G.B. 


1,441 


Nia. 


377 


Nia. 




G.B. 


1,043 


E.O. 


960 


Nia. 


1,160 


Nia. 


700 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


852 


G.B. 


474 


Nia. 


1,063 


G.B. 


842 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


833 


Nia. 


595 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,980 


Nia. 




G.B. 


557 


Nia. 




Nia. 




E.O. 


1,228 


G.B. 


1,509 


G.B. 


1,023 


Nia. 


236 


E.O. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


904 


Nia. 


1,216 


Nia. 


964 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


916 


Nia. 


837 


E.O. 


693 


Nia. 


760 


G.B. 


1,723 


E.O. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,040 


G.B. 


118 


Nia. 


830 


G.B. 


421 


Nia. 


516 


Nia. 


P.V. 



Domestic service 



Revenue 







c 






Number 








of 


&§■ 


>. 


Consumption 


con- 


Wl 


&2 




sumers 


2c» 


2c 






S o S 








5" 


>US 






Sioux Lookout 

Southampton 

Springfield 

Stamford Twp 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stouffville 

Streetsville 

Sunderland 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Tilbury 

Toronto Twp 

Tottenham 

Trafalgar Twp. No. 1 
Trafalgar Twp. No. 2 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbor 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Woodbridge 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

Zurich 



$ c. 

3,716.76 
10,079.86 

1,828.88 
57,418.11 

4,811.51 

5,036.86 
7,132.99 
4,655.51 
2,712.02 
8,400.59 

3,185.14 

7,458.62 
5,156.75 
3,138.98 
3,651.80 

3,148.65 
1,734.04 
1,412.20 
6,518.04 
68,504.83 

3,538.51 
14,522.60 
5,499.47 
5,991.46 
8,514.79 

3,361.20 
1,373.34 
2,177.11 
4,942.40 
6,038.51 

6,890.76 
3,220.89 
2,371.01 
6,016.63 

3,074.88 

3,490.34 
4,076.09 
7,501.29 
1,989.98 
6,208.00 

2,688.39 
6,869.14 
2,166.95 
2,403.29 
3,126.35 



kw-hr. 

66,214 
477,683 

63,178 

4,760,771 

242,757 

335,537 
376,330 
242,260 
75,190 
312,070 

93,740 
511,584 
161,126 
226,009 
192,560 

76,643 

52,132 

20,483 

401,360 

4,914,460 

92,353 
785,206 
303,739 
219,134 
394,230 

113,915 

37,831 

59,094 

317,050 

375,085 

365,520 
147,066 
93,131 
284,128 
147,239 

85,134 
159,925 
325,414 
253,228 
407,018 

44,445 

422,506 

87,796 

82,085 

111,377 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


524 


32 


1.77 


502 


79 


1.67 


108 


49 


1.41 


1,895 


209 


2.52 


271 


75 


1.48 


289 


97 


1.45 


386 


81 


1.54 


188 


107 


2.06 


116 


54 


1.95 


434 


60 


1.61 


151 


52 


1.76 


292 


146 


2.13 


225 


60 


1.91 


134 


140 


1.95 


236 


68 


1.29 


150 


43 


1.75 


71 


61 


2.04 


60 


28 


1.96 


457 


73 


1.19 


2,397 


171 


2.38 


140 


55 


2.11 


362 


181 


3.34 


158 


160 


2.89 


291 


63 


1.72 


402 


82 


1.77 


221 


43 


1.27 


56 


56 


2.04 


137 


36 


1.32 


243 


109 


1.69 


368 


85 


1.37 


286 


107 


2.01 


212 


58 


1.27 


128 


61 


1.54 


321 


74 


1.56 


214 


57 


1.20 


113 


63 


2.57 


228 


58 


1.49 


401 


68 


1.56 


101 


209 


1.64 


289 


117 


1.79 


61 


61 


3.67 


289 


122 


1.98 


115 


64 


1.57 


147 


47 


1.36 


135 


69 


1.93 



cents 
5.6 
2.1 
2.9 
1.2 
2.0 

1.5 
1.9 
1.9 
3.6 
2.7 

3.4 
1.5 

3.2 
1.4 

1.9 

4.1 
3.3 
6.9 
1.6 
1.4 



3.0 
3.6 
3.7 
1.6 
1.6 

1.9 
2.2 
2.5 

2.1 

2.1 

4.1 
2.5 
2.3 
0.8 
1.5 

6.0 
1.6 
2.5 

2.9 
2.8 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



345 



"D"— Concluded 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1939 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 




Revenue 


Consumption 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


c 

11 
111 


>. 

2 1- 


u 

s. 

h 


Revenue 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 


Average 
monthly 
horse- 
power 


Total 

number 

of 

con- 
sumers 


$ C. 

3,481.21 


kw-hr. 

64,629 
154,168 

25,621 
718,937 
157,961 


115 
94 
35 

155 
92 


kw-hr. 
141 
137 
61 
387 
143 


$ C. 

7.57 
3.57 
2.01 
5.89 
3.14 


cents 
5.4 
2.6 
3.3 
1.5 
2.2 


$ c. 






639 


4,026.04 

842.15 

10,947.73 

3,463.29 


3,511.37 

830.35 

14,368.17 

1,907.19 


12 
3 

17 
12 


154.3 

38.1 

834.5 

175.4 


608 

146 

2.067 

375 


3,642.82 
3,517.58 
1,527.14 
1,694.57 
4,264.66 


168,615 

145,024 

61,640 

55,487 

141,860 


79 
84 
43 
45 
84 


178 
144 
119 
103 
141 


3.84 
3.49 
2.96 
3.14 
4.23 


2.2 
2.4 
2.5 
3.1 
3.0 


1,617.42 
962.95 

3,015.07 
259.10 
946.38 


13 
5 
4 
2 
3 


84.0 
54.6 
107.3 
13.0 
31.6 


381 
475 
235 
163 
521 


1,710.52 
3,283.77 
2,969.69 
1,812.19 
3,118.06 


58,020 
153,778 

63,093 
100,591 
184,440 


39 
91 
58 
44 
81 


124 
141 
91 
190 
190 


3.65 
3.01 
4.26 
3.43 
3.21 


2.9 
2.1 
4.7 
1.8 
1.7 


1,343.70 
8,925.50 
1,245.85 
1,866.41 
1,655.67 


5 

8 
4 

7 
7 


48.7 
392.1 
90.9 
91.8 
82.9 


195 
391 
287 
185 
324 


2,131.15 
849.72 
541.98 

7,687.30 
21,549.14 


55,993 

24,821 

10,430 

447,334 

812,730 


51 

23 

13 

131 

206 


91 

90 

67 

285 

329 


3.48 
3.08 
3.47 
4.89 
8.72 


3.8 
3.4 
5.2 

1.7 
2.7 


1,007.32 

1,091.51 

291.29 

8,283.45 

10,447.18 


3 

2 

2 

12 

39 


29.1 

34.5 

16.8 

687.5 

498.9 


204 
96 
75 

600 
2,642 


2,241.91 
856.85 


42,126 
35,690 


47 
4 


75 

744 


3.98 
17.85 


5.3 

2.4 


432.38 
623.67 


7 
8 


20.0 
26.6 


194 
374 
158 


4,821.78 
4,483.76 


126,344 
134,649 


98 
99 


107 
113 


4.10 
3.77 


3.8 
3.3 


3,303.66 
1,197.18 


15 
10 


141.1 
78.3 


404 
511 


959.36 
1,105.23 
1,264.75 


38,580 

25,691 

49,580 

109,774 

219,040 


22 
26 
44 
38 
79 


146 

82 

94 

241 

231 


3.63 
3.54 
2.40 
3.91 
2.88 


2.5 
4.3 
2.6 
1.6 
1.2 


105.71 
43.26 


1 
1 


3.0 
3.0 


244 

83 

181 


1,780.99 
2,734.28 


1,278.19 
5,409.76 


7 
12 


90.3 
371.5 


288 
459 


3,155.54 
743.87 
1,546.83 
2,410.29 
1,985.14 


134,200 
35,800 
45,248 
95,483 
90,106 


79 
23 
49 
66 

48 


142 
130 
77 
121 
156 


3.33 

2.70 
2.63 
3.04 
3.45 


2.4 
2.1 
3.4 
2.5 
2.2 


3,401.13 
731.53 
1,207.13 
1,301.28 
1,604.92 


5 

4 
4 
5 
5 


125.1 
22.3 
56.0 
43.4 
89.5 


370 
239 
181 
392 
267 


3,193.76 


80,416 
123,712 
298,699 
219,117 
196,787 


51 
71 
117 
53 
83 


131 
145 
213 
345 
198 


5.22 
3.97 
5.80 
6.10 
3.94 


4.0 
2.7 
2.7 
1.8 
2.0 








164 


3,386.36 
8,143.65 
3,880.91 
3,921.09 


2,666.32 

4,448.10 

127.44 

1,435.73 


5 

17 
1 
3 


112.9 

184.4 

11.2 

64.6 


304 
535 
155 
375 


1,126.15 
2,216.57 
1,104.77 
1,486.50 
2,664.64 


26,448 
108,566 
35,338 
46,790 
70,396 


13 
51 
33 
48 
46 


170 

177 

89 

81 

128 


7.22 
3.62 
2.79 
2.58 
4.83 


4.3 
2.0 
3.1 
3.2 
3.8 


129.66 

7,501.93 

630.66 

351.32 


1 
7 
2 
3 


7.5 

372.3 

33.8 

20.9 


75 
347 
150 
198 
181 













346 THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



STATEMENT "E" 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

in Ontario Urban Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

For the Year 1939 



In Statement "E" are presented the rate schedules applicable to con- 
sumers for domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service 
in each of the co-operating municipalities receiving service at cost through 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission.* The cost per horsepower of the 
power supplied at wholesale by the Commission to the municipality, an 
important factor in determining rates to consumers, is also stated. 

Cost of Power to Municipalities 

The figures in the first column represent the total cost for the year of the 
power supplied by the Commission to the municipality, divided by the number 
of horsepower supplied. Details respecting these costs are given in the "Cost 
of Power" tables relating to the several systems, as presented in Section IX, 
and an explanation of the items making up the cost of power is given in the 
introduction to that Section. 

Rates to Consumers 

The Power Commission Act stipulates that "The rates chargeable by any 
municipal corporation generating or receiving and distributing electrical power 
or energy shall at all times be subject to the approval and control of the 
Commission,' 'f in accordance with the Act and in pursuance of its fundamental 
principle of providing service at cost, the Commission requires that accurate 
cost records be kept in each municipality, and exercises a continuous super- 
vision over the rates charged to consumers. 

At the commencement of its operations, the Commission introduced 
scientifically-designed rate schedules for each of the three main classes into 
which the electrical service is usually divided, namely : residential or domestic 
service, commercial light service, and power service, and the schedules in use 
during the past year are presented in the tables of this statement. 

*Except townships served as parts of rural power districts, for which consult latter part 
of Section III. 

fR.S.O. 1937, Ch. 62, Sec. 89. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 347 

Domestic Service: Domestic rates apply to electrical service in residences, 
for all household purposes, including lighting, cooking and the operation of all 
domestic appliances. 

During the past few years most of the urban municipal utilities have 
further simplified the domestic rate structure by abolishing the service charge, 
and making a suitable adjustment in the first consumption rate. Where the 
service charge is retained at 33 and 66 cents gross per month the charge of 
33 cents per month per service is made when the permanently installed 
appliance load is under 2,000 watts, and the charge of 66 cents per month 
when 2,000 watts or more. 

Commercial Light Service : Electrical energy used in stores, offices, churches, 
schools, public halls and institutions, hotels, public boarding-houses, and in 
all other premises for commercial purposes, including sign and display lighting, 
is billed at commercial lighting rates. 

Water-Heater Service: For all consumers using continuous electric water 
heaters, low flat rates are available consisting of a fixed charge per month 
dependent on the capacity of the heating element and the cost of power to the 
municipal utility. Such heaters are so connected that the electrical energy 
they consume is not metered. For new installations the necessary equip- 
ment, including heater, thermostat, efficient insulation for water-storage tank, 
and wiring, is installed by a large number of municipal Hydro systems, 
without capital cost to the consumer.! 

Power Service: The rate schedules given for power service in Statement 
"E" are those governing the supply of power at retail by each of the local 
municipal utilities. The Commission serves direct, certain large power con- 
sumers under special contracts, on behalf of the various systems of municipali- 
ties. 

The rates for power service, as given in the tables, are the rates for 24-hour 
unrestricted power at secondary distribution voltage. For service at primary 
distribution voltage the rates are usually five per cent lower than those stated. 
In municipalities where load conditions and other circumstances permit, lower 
rates are available for "restricted power," discounts additional to those listed 
in the table being applicable. 

The service charge relates to the connected load or to the maximum 
demand, as measured by a 10-minute average peak, where a demand meter 
is installed. The prompt payment discount of 10 per cent on the total 
monthly bill is given for settlement within 10 days. 

Under the tabulation of rates for power service there is a column headed 
"Basis of rate 130 hours' monthly use of demand." This column shows 
approximately the net annual amount payable for a demand of one horse- 
power, assuming a monthly use of 130 hours, which includes 30 hours' use each 
month at the third energy rate. Broadly, the figures in this column serve to 
indicate approximately the relative cost of power service in the different 
municipalities listed. 

fin addition, the municipal Hydro systems supply booster water-heating equipment to 
furnish extra requirements beyond the capacity of the continuous heater; current for the booster 
heater is measured and charged for at the regular rates. 



348 



THIRTY-SECONDzANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1939, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month* 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




C— City 

T — Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Acton 


$ c 
27.88 
30.94 
39.17 
50.52 
43.74 


cents 


60 
60 
60 
60 
40 


cents 

2.5 

3.4 

2.8 

5.0 

5.3 


cents 
1.0 

1.1 

0.9 
1.2 
1.3 


$ C. 

0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 


% 

10 


Agincourt 


10 


Ailsa Craig 


10 


Alexandria T 

Alliston T 


10 
10 


Alvinston 

Amherstburg T 

Ancaster twp 


51.19 
31.36 
25.89 
43.11 
59.12 




60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


4.7 
3.4 
3.8 
5.0 
5.0 


1.2 
0.9 
1.3 
1.3 
1.8 


1.38 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
1.78 


10 
10 
10 


Apple Hill 


10 


Arkona 


10 






Arnprior . . . T 

Arthur. 


29.96 
61.71 
42.11 
28.31 
28.56 


33^66 
33-66 


55 
40 
50 
60 
60 


4.5 
4.8 
4.5 
2.3 
3.4 


1.0 
1.5 
1.5 
0.8 
1.1 


0.83 
1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Athens 


10 


Aylmer T 

Ayr 


10 
10 






Baden. 


27.63 
31.91 
48.01 
28.00 
23.96 


33^66 


60 
60 
40 
60 
60 


2.5 
2.7 
6.0 
3.1 
3.3 


1.0 
1.0 
1.5 
1.1 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
2.78 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Barrie T 

Bath 


10 
10 


Beachville 


10 


Beamsville 


10 






Beaverton 


37.57 
59.31 
32.17 
25.98 
30.32 




60 
40 
60 
55 
60 


2.8 
5.5 
3.6 
1.9 
2.5 


1.0 
1.8 
1.0 
0.7 
0.9 


1.11 
1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Beeton 


10 


Belle River.... 


10 


Belleville c 

Blenheim t 


10 
10 


Bloomfield 


42.75 
42.02 
31.58 
36.98 
30.79 




50 
60 
55 
60 
60 


3.4 
3.5 
3.6 
2.4 
3.5 


1.3 
1.1 
1.3 
0.8 
1.0 


1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Blyth 


10 


Bolton 


10 


Bothwell t 

Bowmanville T 


10 
10 


Bradford 


46.93 
25.30 
23.85 
27.15 
46.90 




40 
60 
60 
60 
45 


5.2 
2.3 
2.3 
2.7 
5.5 


1.3 
1.0 
0.9 
1.0 
1.2 


1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.67 


10 


Brampton t 

Brantford c 

Brantford twp 

Brechin 


10 
10 
10 
10 






Bridgeport 


29.14 
46.54 
31.93 
25.65 
40.37 




50 
60 
60 
60 
50 


4.5 
3.6 
4.2 
1.8 
3.8 


1.3 
0.9 
1.2 
0.8 
1.1 


1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.39 


10 


Brigden 


10 


Brighton 


10 


Brockville t 

Brussels 


10 
10 











* Where domestic service charge has not been abolished the charge is 33 cents per month per 
service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per 
month when 2,000 watts or more. 



1409 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



349 



Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro -Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 








Power 


service 








Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1.000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 

charge 

per h.p. 

per 

month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 

per 

h.p 

per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 
5 
5 
5 
5 


cents 

1.8 

3.0 

2.2 

4.2 

4.3 


cents 

0.5 

0.6 

0.6 

0.8 

1.0 


$ C. 
0.83 
1.11 

0.83 
1.66 
1.39 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


$ C. 
21.00 

23.00 
24.00 
38.00 
30.00 


$ C. 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 

1.8 

2.1 

2.3 

4.0 

2.8 


cents 

1.1 

1.4 
1.5 
2.6 
1.8 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 


% 

10 
10 
10 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 


5 






10 










5 


4.3 
2.5 
3.0 
5.0 
5.0 


1.0 
0.6 
0.7 
1.0 
1.0 


1.38 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
1.78 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


53.00 
24.00 
28.00 
50.00 
53 00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


6.2 
2.3 
2.5 
5.7 
6.2 


4.1 
1.5 
1.6 

3.8 
4.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 
5 


4.5 
5.0 
4.5 
1.9 
2.5 


1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
0.5 
0.7 


0.83 
1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


23.00 
40.00 
42.00 
20.00 
32.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.1 
4.3 
4.6 
1.6 
3.1 


1.4 
2.8 
3.0 
1.0 
2.0 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 
10 


5 






..10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 










5 
5 
5 


2.2 
2.1 
6.0 
2.6 
3.0 


0.7 
0.8 
1.0 
0.6 
0.6 


0.83 
0.83 
2.78 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


20.00 
18.00 
35.00 
21.00 
25.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.6 
1.9 
3.5 
1.8 
2.0 


1.0 
1.2 
2.3 
1.1 
1.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 
25 


10 
10 
10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 










5 
5 


2.0 
5.5 
2.7 
1.6 
2.0 


0.8 

1.0 

0.6 

0.35 

0.6 


1.11 
1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


24.00 
35.00 
32.00 
15.00 
24.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.3 
3.5 
3.1 
1.3 
2.3 


1.5 
2.3 

2.0 
0.8 
1.5 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 


4.5 
5 




25 

10 


10 
10 


5 


3.0 
3.4 
3.2 
2.0 
2.6 


1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
0.5 

0.7 


1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


38.00 
45.00 
26.00 
27.00 
22.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4.0 
4.9 
2.2 
2.3 
1.9 


2.6 
3.3 
1.4 
1.5 
1.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 


4.4 
1.8 
1.6 
2.2 
4.8 


1.0 

0.6 

0.35 

0.5 

0.8 


1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.67 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


30.00 
17.00 
17.00 
21.00 
38.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.8 
1.7 
1.7 
1.8 
4.0 


1.8 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
2.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 

t5 

5 

5 




25 
25 

10 


10 

io 

10 
10 










5 


4.0 
3.0 
3.6 
1.6 
3.3 


0.7 
0.9 
0.8 
0.4 
1.0 


1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


32.00 
42.00 
26.00 
16.00 
40.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 
4.6 
2.2 
1.5 
4.3 


2.0 
3.0 
1.4 
0.9 
2.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


4.5 
5 




25 


10 
10 











fMin. 500 watts. 



350 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

for the Year 1939, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 




Domestic service 






Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month* 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 


Prompt 


C— City 

T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number Per 
of kw-hrs. kw-hr. 
per month per month 


payment 
discount 



Burford 


$ c. 
28.41 
44.27 
27.03 
44.60 
39.15 


cents 


60 
60 
60 
45 
55 


cents 

2.9 

5.0 

2.5 

6.0 

3.6 


cents 

0.9 

1.5 

0.8 

1.5 

1.5 


$ c. 
0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
1.94 
1.11 


% 
10 


Burgessville 


10 


Caledonia 


10 


Campbellville 


10 


Cannington 


10 






Cardinal 


29.28 
26.88 
37.70 
25.56 
38.91 




55 
55 

60 
60 

45 


2.5 
2.8 
3.8 
3.0 
3.5 


1.1 
1.0 
1.1 
0.9 
1.2 


1.11 
0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
1.39 


10 


Carleton Place t 

Cayuga 


10 
10 


Chatham c 

Chatsworth 


10 
10 






Chesley T 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 


35.83 
32.57 
19.39 
42.99 
30.71 




55 
55 
60 
55 

60 


2.9 
2.3 
2.8 
4.0 
2.8 


1.1 
1.0 
0.9 
1.2 
1.1 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 


Clifford 


10 


Clinton T 


10 


Cobden 

Cobourg t 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood T 


51.23 
31.41 
32.62 
33.82 
34.83 


33^66 


30 
55 
60 
55 
55 


4.5 
3.4 
4.0 
2.5 

2.8 


1.2 
1.1 
1.1 
1.0 
1.0 


1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Comber 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 


41.05 
43.88 
36.14 
52.95 
44.91 




60 
40 
60 
55 
45 


3.6 
5.2 
3.6 
5.0 
3.8 


0.9 
1.2 
1.0 
1.5 
1.0 


1.11 
1.67 
1.39 
1.66 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Dash wood 


34.80 
29.30 
29.74 
41.79 
31.63 




60 
60 
60 
50 
60 


4.2 
3.5 
3.6 
4.8 
3.0 


1.0 
1.2 
1.0 
1.2 
1.1 


1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Delaware 


10 


Delhi 


10 


Deseronto T 

Dorchester 


10 

10 






Drayton 


45.15 
35.57 
31.89 
42.43 
38.15 




55 
60 
60 
60 
55 


4.0 
2.6 
3.8 
4.0 
3.0 


1.3 
0.8 
1.1 
1.2 
1.0 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 


Dresden t 

Drumbo 


10 
10 


Dublin 


10 


Dundalk 


10 






Dundas t 

Dunnville t 

Durham t 

Dutton 


22.76 
22.66 
38.74 
30.99 
27.53 




60 
60 
55 
60 
60 


2.5 
2.4 
2.5 
2.1 
2.5 


0.9 
0.8 
1.0 
0.8 
1.1 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 


East York twp 


10 


Elmira T 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 


27.65 
38.55 
41.14 
30.51 
34.35 1 




60 
55 

45 
60 
60 


3.4 
3.4 
4.5 
3.1 
3.4 


1.0 
1.2 
1.0 
1.2 
1.2 


0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



*Where domestic service charge has not been abolished the charge is 33 cents per month per 
service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per 
month when 2,000 watts or more. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



351 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 

per 100 

watts 

min. 

1,000 

watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 
per 

kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 

per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 
5 
5 


cents 
2.0 
4.5 
2.0 
5.8 
2.8 


cents 

0.6 

1.0 

0.5 

1.0 

1.0 


$ C. 

0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
1.94 
1.11 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


$ C. 

21.00 
35.00 
20.00 
40.00 
33.00 


$ C. 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 

1.8 

3.5 

1.6 

4.3 

3.2 


cents 

1.1 

2.3 
1.0 

2.8 
2.1 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 


% 

10 


% 

10 

10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 










5 
5 
5 


2.3 
2.2 
3.5 
2.3 
3.0 


1.0 
0.8 
1.0 
0.6 
1.0 


1.11 
0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


32.00 
18.00 
32.00 
21.00 
30.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 
1.9 
3.1 
1.8 
2.8 


2.0 
1.2 
2.0 
1.1 
1.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




"25" 


10 
10 
10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 










5 
5 
5 
5 


2.4 
2.3 
2.0 
4.0 
2.4 


0.8 
1.0 
0.6 
1.0 
0.7 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


22.00 
24.00 
24.00 
40.00 
26.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
2.3 
2.3 
4.3 
2.2 


1.3 
1.5 
1.5 

2.8 

1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 
10 

10 


10 
10 
10 
10 


5 






10 










5 


4.0 
2.7 
3.0 
2.5 
2.3 


1.0 
0.9 
1.0 
1.0 
0.8 


1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


40.00 
20.00 
32.00 
28.00 
18.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4.3 
1.6 
3.1 
2.5 
1.9 


2.8 
1.0 
2.0 
1.6 
1.2 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 




25 


10 


5 


2.9 
4.5 
2.8 
4.5 
3.0 


0.9 
1.0 
0.9 
1.0 
0.9 


1.11 
1.67 
1.39 
1.66 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


27.00 
32.00 
50.00 
50.00 
26.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.3 
3.1 
2.8 
5.7 
2.2 


1.5 
2.0 
1.8 
3.8 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


3.9 
3.0 
2.8 
3.8 
2.2 


0.9 
1.0 
0.9 
1.0 
1.0 


1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


40.00 
30.00 
36.00 
30.00 
27.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4.3 
2.8 
3.7 
2.8 
2.3 


2.8 
1.8 
2.4 
1.8 
1.5 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


3.4 
2.0 
3.0 
4.0 
2.5 


0.7 
0.6 
0.8 
1.0 
0.8 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


32.00 
24.00 
28.00 
36.00 
23.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 
2.3 
2.5 
3.7 
2.1 


2.0 
1.5 
1.6 

2.4 

1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


1.9 
2.0 
2.1 
1.8 
2.0 


0.5 
0.6 
0.8 
0.4 
0.6 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


16.00 
17.00 
24.00 
18.00 
20.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.5 
1.7 
2.3 
1.9 
1.6 


0.9 
1.1 
1.5 
1.2 
1.0 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 
25 
10 
25 
10 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5 
5 


2.8 
2.4 
3.7 
2.8 
2.8 


0.7 
1.0 
1.0 
0.7 
0.8 


0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


22.00 
28.00 
33.00 
21.00 
35.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
2.5 
3.2 
1.8 
3.5 


1.3 
1.6 
2.1 
1.1 
2.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 



352 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

for the Year 1939, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month* 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 


Prompt 


C— City 

T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


payment 
discount 



Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp. 
Exeter 



$ c. 
38.91 
49.57 
29.59 
23.48 
30.59 



cents 



60 
60 
60 
60 
60 



cents 

3.8 

5.3 

2.5 

2.7 

3.0 



cents 

1.1 

1.5 

0.9 

1.1 

0.9 



$ c. 
1.39 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 



% 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 
Fonthill. . . 
Forest 



28.98 
40.97 
43.02 
24.29 
35.87 



55 

45 
55 
60 
60 



Forest Hill 

Fort William c 

Gait c 

Gamebridge 

Georgetown t 



24.06 
21.06 

24.15 

29^42 



33-66 



60 
60 

60 
45 
60 



Glencoe 

Glen Williams 

Goderich T 

Grand Valley 

Granton 



44.91 

32^94 
52.22 
37.98 



33-66 



60 
60 
55 
45 
60 



Gravenhurst t 

Guelph c 

Hagersville 

Hamilton c 

Hanover T 



26.79 
24.03 
28.45 
21.84 
32.62 



55 
60 
60 
60 
60 



Harriston T 

Harrow t 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hensall 



33.20 
31.06 
39.95 
43.26 
37.66 



55 
60 
45 
50 
60 



Hespeler T 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Humberstone 

Huntsville T 



24.10 
37.04 
79.40 
22.91 
30.86 



60 
60 
40 
60 
60 



Ingersoll T 

Jarvis 

Kemptville 

Kincardine T 

Kingston c 



25.45 
35.57 
31.74 
41.51 
28.07 



60 
60 
55 
40 
50 



Kingsville -.T 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener c 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 



30.20 
57.14 
23.50 
36.31 
32.83 



33-66 



60 
40 
60 
50 
60 



3.3 
3.0 
3.0 
3.4 
3.5 



2.0 
2.1 

2.8 
5.5 
3.0 



4.0 
2.7 
3.3 
5.0 
3.3 



2.2 
2.0 
2.5 

2.4 
2.8 



3.0 
3.3 
4.2 
4.2 
3.8 



3.0 
3.2 
5.5 

2.8 
2.0 



2.4 
3.4 
3.5 
4.5 
2.2 



2.8 
5.5 
2.2 
3.6 
3.0 



1.3 
1.2 
1.0 
1.1 
0.9 



1.3 
0.9 

0.8 
1.2 
0.9 



0.9 
1.1 
1.0 
1.2 
1.2 



0.9 
0.8 
1.0 
0.8 
1.3 



1.0 
1.0 
1.2 
1.2 
1.1 



0.9 
0.9 
1.3 
0.8 
0.9 



0.9 
1.0 
1.2 
1.5 
0.8 



0.9 
1.5 
0.8 
1.2 
1.0 



1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 



0.83 
0.83 

0.83 
1.67 
0.83 



1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 



0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 



1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 



0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 



0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 



0.83 
2.22 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 

10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



*Where domestic service charge has not been abolished the charge is 33 cents per month per 
service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per 
month when 2,000 watts or more. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



353 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 



Served by 


The 


Hydro-Electric Power Commission 








Commercial Light service 




Power 


service 




Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1,000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
cha rge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 
per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
per 
h.p. 
per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 
5 
5 


cents 
3.6 
5.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.2 


cents 

1.0 

1.0 

0.6 
0.6 
0.5 


$ C. 

1.39 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


% 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


$ C. 

40.00 
50.00 
19.00 
20.00 
20.00 


$ C. 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 

4.3 

5.7 

2.0 

1.6 

1.6 


cents 

2.8 

3.8 

1.4 

1.0 

1.0 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 

2.22 


% 


% 

10 
10 


5 
5 
5 




25 
10 
10 


10 
10 
10 


5 
5 


2.6 
2.8 
2.5 

2.7 
3.0 


0.7 
1.0 

0.8 
0.7 
0.6 


1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


22.00 
35.00 
30.00 
30.00 
30.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
3.5 

2.8 
2.8 
2.8 


1.3 
2.3 
1.8 
1.8 

1.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 

10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 
5 

5 
5 


2.0 

2.0 

2.3 

4.8 
2.0 


0.75 
0.4 

0.4 
0.8 
0.5 


0.83 
0.83 

0.83 
1.67 
0.83 


10 

10 

10 
10 
10 


21.00 
17.00 

18.00 
38.00 
18.00 


1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.8 
1.7 

1.9 

4.0 
1.9 


1.1 
1.1 

J 
1.2 
2.6 
1.2 


0.33 
t0. 33 
|0.133 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


F;; 


10 
25 

25 


10 
10 

10 
10 


5 




25 


10 


5 


3.1 
2.8 
2.7 
4.3 
2.6 


1.0 

0.75 

0.6 

1.0 

1.0 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 


10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


34.00 
30.00 
25.00 
33.00 
27.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.4 
2.8 
2.0 
3.2 
2.3 


2.2 
1.8 
1.3 
2.1 
1.5 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 
5 
5 

t5 
5 


1.8 
1.6 
2.0 
1.6 
2.3 


0.5 
0.3 

0.75 
0.35 
0.8 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


18.00 
14.00 
20.00 
15.00 
21.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
1.1 
1.6 
1.3 
1.8 


1.2 
0.7 
1.0 
0.8 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 
25 
10 
25 
10 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5 


2.6 
2.6 
3.8 
3.8 
3.3 


0.7 
0.7 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


25.00 
24.00 
37.00 
35.00 
26.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
2.3 
3.8 
3.5 
2.2 


1.3 
1.5 
2.5 
2.3 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 
5 


2.2 

2.8 
5.0 
2.0 
1.8 


0.6 
0.7 
0.8 
0.5 
0.7 


0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


19.00 
29.00 
50.00 
20.00 
18.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
2.6 
5.7 
1.6 
1.9 


1.4 
1.7 
3.8 
1.0 
1.2 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




10 
25 


10 
10 


5 
5 


1.9 
2.6 
2.8 
3.6 
1.6 


0.5 
0.7 
1.0 
0.9 
0.5 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


17.00 
26.00 
27.00 
28.00 
16.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.7 
2.2 
2.3 
2.5 
1.5 


1.1 
1.4 
1.5 
1.6 
0.9 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 




25 


10 


5 
5 


1.9 
5.5 
1.9 

2.8 
2.6 


0.6 
1.0 
0.4 
1.0 
0.8 


0.83 
2.22 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


23.00 
40.00 
18.00 
24.00 
29.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.1 
4.3 
1.9 
2.3 
2.6 


1.4 
2.8 
1.2 
1.5 
1.7 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 
10 


5 
5 
5 




25 
10 


10 
10 
10 



JNext 360 hours' use. 
JJA11 additional. 
fMin. 500 watts. 



12— H.E. 



354 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1939, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month* 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 


payment 
discount 


Lanark 

Lancaster 

La Salle T 

Leamington T 

Leaside t 


$ C. 
37.83 

53.53 
31.08 
30.32 


cents 
c3" 


50 
60 
60 
60 


cents 
4.2 
4.5 
3.8 
2.3 
61.8 


cents 

1.3 

1.2 

1.2 

0.8 

1.3 


$ C. 

0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 

10 


Lindsay T 

Listowel T 

London .C 

London twp 


32.78 
28.97 
23.23 
26.89 

24.78 




60 
55 
60 
60 
60 


2.5 
2.7 
2.4 
2.8 
2.5 


0.9 
1.0 
0.9 
0.9 
1.1 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 


Long Branch 


10 






Lucan 

Lucknow 


29.81 
47.31 
30.80 
46.48 
36.04 




60 
45 
60 
50 
55 


3.4 
4.5 
3.4 
3.2 
3.1 


1.1 
1.5 
1.1 
1.2 
1.1 


1.11 
1.67 
1.39 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Lynden 


10 


Madoc 


10 


Markdale 


10 


Markham 


29.50 
36.81 
37.83 
48.00 
38.95 




60 
60 
50 
55 
60 


3.0 
4.0 
3.0 
5.0 
3.0 


1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
1.2 
1.1 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Marmora 

Martintown 

Maxville 

Meaford t 


10 
10 
10 
10 


Merlin 

Merritton T 

Midland T 

Mildmay 


37.08 
20.03 
31.98 
41.12 
42.09 


33" 


60 
60 
60 
40 
60 


3.8 
2.4 
2.5 
3.6 
5.5 


1.0 
0.9 
1.0 
1.0 
2.0 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 


Millbrook 


10 






Milton T 

Milverton 


27.87 
28.95 
22.86 
28.86 
51.97 




60 
60 
60 
60 
50 


3.5 

2.7 
2.7 
2.9 

4.2 


1.2 
1.0 
1.1 
1.1 
1.2 


0.83 
0.90 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 


10 
10 


Mimico T 

Mitchell t 

Moorefield 


10 
10 
10 






Morrisburg 


31.57 

32.32 
43.55 
29.58 
49.64 


t3 
33-66 


60 

60 
60 
50 
60 


2.0 

2.8 
2.7 
3.5 
6.0 


1.0 

0.9 
1.25 
1.2 
2.0 


0.83 

1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 


10 


Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest t 

Napanee T 

Neustadt 


10 
10 
10 
10 






Newbury 


43.62 
33.31 

27.86 
24.94 
17.08 




55 

60 
60 
60 
60 


5.0 
5.0 
3.3 

2.4 
2.2 


1.2 
1.5 
1.1 
1.0 
0.8 


1.38 
1.11 

0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Newcastle 


10 


New Hamburg 

New Toronto. ...... .T 

Niagara Falls c 


10 
10 
10 



'Where domestic service charge has not been abolished the charge is 33 cents per month per 
service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per 
month when 2,000 watts or more. 

tService charge per 100 sq. ft. 

JFirst 50 hours' use 4 cents per kw-hr. Second 50 hours' use 2 cents per kw-hr. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



355 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 



Service 








charge 
per 100 


First 




Mini- 


100 hrs. 


All ad- 


mum 


watts 


per 


ditional 


gross 


min. 


month 


per 


monthly 


1,000 


per 


kw-hr. 


bill 


watts 


kw-hr. 







Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 



Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 



Power service 



Service 


First 


charge 


50 hrs. 


per h.p. 


per 


per 


month 


month 


per 




kw-hr. 



Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 



Alladdi 

tional 

per 

kw-hr. 



Mini- 
mum 
per 
h.p. 
per 
month 



Local 
discount 



Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 



cents 
3.7 
4.5 
3.3 
1.8 
c3&l 



2.2 
2.3 
1.8 
2.2 
2.0 



3.0 
3.8 
3.0 
3.0 
2.3 



cents 

1.0 

1.0 

1.0 

0.5 

1/3 



0.7 
0.5 
0.4 
0.6 
0.6 



0.6 
1.0 
1.0 
0.9 
1.0 



0.7 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
0.8 



$ c. 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 



0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 



1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 



0.83 
1.11 
1.66 
1.11 
0.83 



% 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



$ c. 
45.00 
56.00 
30.00 
19.00 



$ c. 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
dl.10 
0.90 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



18.00 
19.00 
16.00 
21.00 
20.00 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



26.00 
38.00 
25.00 
35.00 
28.00 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



23.00 
40.00 
45.00 
45.00 
26.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



cents 

4.9 

6.6 

2.8 

2.0 

2.0 



1.9 
2.0 
1.5 
1.8 
1.6 



2.2 
4.0 
2.0 
3.5 
2.5 



2.1 
4.3 
4.9 
4.9 
2.2 



cents 

3.3 

4.4 

1.8 

1.4 

1.0 



cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
el/3\ 
1/6/ 



1.2 
1.4 
0.9 
1.1 
1.0 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



1.4 
2.6 
1.3 
2.3 
1.6 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



1.4 
2.8 
3.3 
3.3 

1.4 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



$ c. 



% 



25 



25 
25 
25 
10 
10 



10 



% 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



3.2 
1.7 
2.0 
2.8 
5.5 



0.9 
0.5 
0.9 
0.8 
2.0 



1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



30.00 
17.00 
17.00 
34.00 
40.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



2.8 
1.7 
1.7 
3.4 
4.3 



1.8 
1.1 
1.1 
2.2 

2.8 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



2.22 



25 
25 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



2.6 
2.5 
2.0 
2.4 
3.8 



0.6 
0.7 
0.6 
0.7 
1.0 



0.83 
0.90 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



23.00 
20.00 
22.00 
21.00 
40.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



2.1 
1.6 
1.9 
1.8 
4.3 



1.4 
1.0 
1.3 
1.1 
2.8 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



4.0 
2.0 
2.2 
2.2 
2.8 
6.0 



1.0 

0.6 
0.9 
0.75 
1.0 



0.83 

1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 



10 

10 
10 
10 
10 



25.00 

24.00 
28.00 
19.00 
40.00 



1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



2.0 

2.3 
2.5 
2.0 
4.3 



1.3 

1.5 
1.6 
1.4 
2.8 



0.33 

0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



4.5 
4.5 
2.4 
1.8 
1.6 



1.0 
1.5 
0.7 
0.5 
0.35 



1.38 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



47.00 
30.00 
22.00 
18.00 
15.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



5.2 
2.8 
1.9 
1.9 
1.3 



3.5 
1.8 
1.3 
1.2 

0.8 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



10 
10 
10 
10 



10 



25 



10 
25 
25 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 

10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



^Service charge per 100 sq. ft. 

6Per kw-hr. for first 3 kw-hrs. per 100 sq. ft. 

cFirst 90 hours' use 3 cents per kw-hr. Next 90 hours' use 1 cent per kw-hr. 

rfFirst 7 . 5 kilowatts $1 . 10 per kilowatt. All additional 90 cents per kilowatt. 

el/3 cent per kw-hr., next 300 hours. All additional 1/6 cent per kw-hr. 



356 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1939, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 






Domestic service 






Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month* 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


Niagara-on-the-Lake .T 

Nipigon twp 

North York twp 

Norwich 


$ C. 
20.29 

25.71 
26.29 
28.77 
33.23 


cents 


60 
60 
55 
60 
50 


cents 
2.6 
3.0 
4.0 

2.8 
4,0 


cents 

1.0 

1.0 
1.4 
0.9 
1.2 


$ c 

0.83 
1.11 
1.11 

0.83 
1.11 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 


Norwood 


10 


Oil Springs 


35.03 

43^66 
39.78 
30.40 


33" 


60 
60 
55 
60 
50 


2.6 
3.5 
3.0 
5.5 

3.8 


0.9 
1.3 
1.0 
2.0 
1.1 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Omemee 

Orangeville \ .T 

Orono . , 

Oshawa c 


10 

10 
10 
10 


Ottawa c 

Otterville 

Owen Sound C 

Paisley 

Palmerston T 


14.31 

34.02 
32.70 
46.92 
31.15 


33-66 


/60 
160 
60 
60 
45 
60 


2.01 

1.0 

2.8 

2.1 

5.0 

2.7 


0.5 

0.9 
0.8 
1.0 
1.1 


0.83 

1.11 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 


10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


Paris T 

Parkhill T 

Penetanguishene T 

Perth T 

Peterborough c 


24.12 
44.64 
34.99 
26.62 
26.35 




60 
60 
55 
55 
55 


2.3 

4.2 
3.2 

2.8 

2.7 


0.9 
1.1 
1.1 
1.0 
1.2 


0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Petrolia t 

Picton T 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Arthur c 


31.79 
36.59 
41.15 
31.45 
20.85 




60 
60 
60 
60 
50 


2.7 
2.8 
3.8 
3.2 
2.0 


0.8 
1.0 
1.1 
1.0 
0.8 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10&10 


Port Colborne T 

Port Credit 


22.68 
27.33 
23.72 
29.34 
40.73 


33-66 


60 
60 
60 
60 
40 


3.0 
2.5 
2.6 
2.5 
2.5 


1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
0.9 
1.2 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 


10 
10 


Port Elgin 


10 






Port Hope T 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 


30.75 
36.77 
44.09 
34.21 
32.72 




60 
50 
50 
60 
60 


2.4 
4.0 
4.0 
3.6 
3.1 


0.9 
1.5 
1:2 
1.1 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 


Port Rowan 


10 


Port Stanley 


10 






Prescot T 

Preston t 

Priceville 


26.40 
23.79 
56.29 
38.80 
20.87 


33-66 


60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


2.3 
2.6 
6.0 
3.3 
3.0 


1.0 
0.8 
1.5 
1.2 
1.3 


0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
1.67 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 


Princeton 


10 


Queenston 


10 







*Where domestic service charge has not been abolished the charge is 33 cents per month per 
service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per 
month when 2,00u watts or more. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



357 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 






Power 


service 




Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1,000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 

charge 

per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
per 
h.p. 
per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 
5 
5 


cents 
2.2 
2.4 
3.3 
2.2 
3.6 


cents 

0.5 

0.8 

0.7 

0.6 

1.0 


$ C. 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 

0.83 
1.11 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


$ C. 

20.00 
25.00 
30.00 
19.00 
38.00 


$ C. 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 

1.6 

2.0 

2.8 

2.0 

4.0 


cents 

1.0 

1.3 

1.8 

1.4 

2.6 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 


% 

10 


% 

10 
10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




25 


10 
10 










5 


2.4 
3.5 
2.0 
5.5 
2.8 


0.6 
1.0 
0.8 
1.5 
0.8 


1.11 

0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


27.00 
30.00 
20.00 
40.00 
21.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.3 
2.8 
1.6 
4.3 
1.8 


1.5 
1.8 
1.0 
2.8 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 


5 




10 


10 


5 


t5.0\ 
tf2.2/ 
2.5 
1.8 
4.4 
2.2 


0.5 

0.6 
0.7 
1.0 
0.9 


0.83 

1.11 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 


10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


18.00 

26.00 
17.00 
42.00 
23.00 


1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.8 

2.2 
1.7 
4.6 
2.1 


1.2 

1.4 
1.1 
3.0 
1.4 


0.15 

0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




15+10 


10 
10 


5 
5 




25 


10 
19 


5 




10 


10 


5 
5 


1.8 
4.0 
2.8 
2.0 
2.3 


0.4 
0.9 
0.8 
0.6 
0.9 


0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


16.00 
36.00 
22.00 
17.00 
18.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.5 

3.7 
1.9 
1.7 
1.9 


0.9 
2.4 
1.3 
1.1 
1.2 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 
10 


5 
5 
5 




10 
25 
25 


10 
10 
10 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


2.1 
2.0 
3.2 
2.4 
1.8 


0.5 
0.8 
1.0 
0.6 
0.3 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10&10 


23.00 
19.00 
32.00 
24.00 
17.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.1 
2.0 
3.1 
2.3 
1.7 


1.4 
1.4 
2.0 
1.5 

1.1 t 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 \ 
0.133j 


2.66" 


10 
25 

"io" 

25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


2.5 
2.0 
2.0 
2.1 
2.5 


0.6 
0.7 
0.6 
0.8 
0.8 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


23.00 
22.00 
17.00 
22.00 
26.00 


1.00 

1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 


2.1 
1.9 
1.7 
1.9 
2.2 


1.4 
1.3 
1.1 
1.3 

1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 
10 
25 
10 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 










5 
5 


2.2 
3.5 
3.2 
3.2 

2.4 


0.6 
1.0 
1.0 
0.9 

0.6 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


18.00 
35.00 
28.00 
32.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
3.5 

2.5 
3.1 
2.5 


1.2 
2.3 
1.6 
2.0 
1.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
33 
0.33 




25 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 
5 
5 


2.0 
2.1 
6.0 
3.0 
2.8 


0.8 
0.5 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
1.67 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


19.00 
16.00 
40.00 
26.00 
25.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
1.5 
4.3 
2.2 
2.0 


1.4 
0.9 
2.8 
1.4 
1.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 
25 


10 
10 
10 


5 






10 


5 






10 











t First 30 hours' use per kw-hr. 
tfNext 70 hours' use per kw-hr. 
JO. 33 cents per kw-hr. for next 360 hours' use plus 0. 133 cents per kw-hr. for all additional. 



358 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

for the Year 1939, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month* 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 


Prompt 


C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


payment 
discount 


Richmond 


$ C. 

44.93 
27.77 
30.18 
61.35 
29.39 


cents 
33^-66 


35 
60 
60 
55 
60 


cents 

5.0 

2.0 

2.3 

6.0 

3.7 


cents 

1.5 

0.8 

0.8 

1.5 

1.1 


$ C. 

1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 


% 

10 


Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown t 

Ripley 


10 
10 
10 


Riverside T 


10 


Rockwood 


33.28 
39.53 
77.43 
43.59 
20.03 


J33 ' 


60 
60 

55 
45-60 


3.3 
2.6 
6.0 
4.8 
2.2 


1.1 
0.8 
2.0 
1.2 
0.8 


1.11 
0.83 
J2.22 
1.39 
0.83 


10 


Rodney 


10 


Rosseau 


10 


Russell 


10 


St. Catharines c 


10 


St. Clair Beach 

St. George 


36.72 
32.49 
26.80 
29.21 
23.58 




60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


4.2 
3.2 
2.8 
3.1 
2.4 


1.3 
1.1 
1.0 
1.0 
0.8 


1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 


St. Jacobs 


10 


St. Marys T 

St. Thomas c 


10 
10 


Sarnia c 

Scarboro twp 


28.05 
24.99 
29.36 
41.78 
24.83 




60 
60 
60 
50 
60 


2.5 
2.9 
2.9 
3.8 
2.2 


0.8 
1.1 
1.1 
1.0 
0.8 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 


Seaforth t 

Shelburne. . 


10 
10 


Simcoe t 


10 


Smiths Falls T 

Southampton t 

Springfield 


24.59 

40.07 
40.65 
17.36 
36.81 




55 
40 
60 
60 
55 


3.0 
3.6 
3.6 
3.0 
3.0 


1.0 
1.2 
1.1 
1.0 
1.1 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 


Stamford twp 


10 


Stayner t 


10 


Stirling 


27.03 
33.96 
25.10 
26.68 
29.64 




60 
60 
60 
60 
55 


2.5 
3.0 
2.8 
2.6 
3.5 


1.0 
1.1 

0.9 
0.8 . 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Stouffville 


10 


Stratford c 

Strathroy t 

Streetsville 


10 
10 
10 






Sunderland 


48.91 
38.56 
25.67 
42.76 

28.78 


33-66 


45 
50 
60 
40 
60 


4.7 
4.0 
2.0 
4.5 
3.0 


1.2 
1.5 
1.3 
1.8 
1.0 


1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Sutton 


10 


Swansea 


10 


Tara 


10 


Tavistock 


10 






Tecumseh t 

Teeswater 


33.09 
46.28 
31.05 
31.37 
51.48 




60 
50 
60 
60 
55 


4.0 
5.0 
2.7 
2.6 
5.0 


1.1 
1.3 
0.9 
0.9 
1.2 


1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Thamesford 


10 


Thamesville 


10 


Thedford 


10 






Thorndale 


38.55 
53.13 
21.21 
31.07 
26.82 




60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


4.5 
6.0 
2.2 
2.2 
2.3 


1.5 
1.5 

0.8 
0.8 
0.8 


1.39 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Thornton 


10 


Thorold t 

Tilbury t 

Tillsonburg t 


10 
10 
10 



*Where domestic service charge has not been abolished the charge is 33 cents per month per 
service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per 
month when 2,000 watts or more. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



359 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 



Served by 


The 


Hydro-Electric Power Commission 








Commercial Light service 






Power 


service 




Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1,000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
per 
h.p. 
per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 
5 


cents 
5.0 
2.0 
1.8 
5.0 
2.6 


cents 

1.0 

0.5 

0.5 

1.0 

0.7 


$ C. 

1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


$ C. 

55.00 
22.00 
18.00 
50.00 
25.00 


$ c. 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 

6.5 

1.9 

1.9 

5.7 

2.0 


cents 

4.3 

1.3 

1.2 

3.8 

1.3 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 


% 


% 

10 


5 
5 
5 




10 
25 


10 
10 
10 


5 






10 










5 


2.5 
2.3 

6.0 
4.5 
1.5 


0.7 
0.5 
2.0 
1.0 
1/3 


1.11 
0.83 
J2.22 
1.39 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


32.00 
25.00 
58.00 
50.00 
14.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 

2.0 
6.9 
5.7 
1.1 


2.0 
1.3 

4.6 
3.8 
0.7 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
§0.33) 
0.16/ 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


t5 




25 


10 


5 


4.3 

2.7 
2.4 
2.5 
1.7 


1.0 
0.6 
0.7 
0.8 
0.3 


1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


35.00 
26.00 
21.00 
23.00 
15.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.5 
2.2 
1.8 
2.1 
1.3 


2.3 

1.4 
1.1 
1.4 
0.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 
5 




10 
10 
25 


10 
10 
10 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


1.9 
2.2 
2.2 
2.5 

1.8 


0.4 
0.5 
0.7 
0.9 
0.4 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 

10 
10 
10 


19.00 
23.00 
21.00 
23.00 
19.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
2.1 
1.8 
2.1 
2.0 


1.4 
1.4 
1.1 
1.4 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 
10 
10 
10 
25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5 
5 


2.0 
2.8 
3.0 
2.0 
2.3 


0.5 
0.8 
1.0 
0.5 
0.9 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


18.00 
25.00 
34.00 
16.00 
23.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
2.0 
3.4 
1.5 
2.1 


1.2 
1.3 
2.2 
0.9 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 

5 




25 

10 


10 
10 


5 
5 


2.0 
2.6 
2.0 
2.0 
2.5 


1.0 
0.7 
0.4 
0.5 
0.7 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


21.00 
25.00 
21.00 
19.00 
26.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.8 
2.0 
1.8 
2.0 
2.2 


1.1 
1.3 
1.1 
1.4 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 
10 


5 
5 
5 




10 
25 


10 
10 
10 










5 


4.0 
3.7 
2.0 
3.6 
2.3 


1.0 

1.0 

0.75 

0.8 

0.7 


1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


35.00 
36.00 
21.00 
38.00 
21.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.5 
3.7 
1.8 
4.0 
1.8 


2.3 

2.4 
1.1 
2.6 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 


5 




10 


10 


5 


3.2 
4.0 
2.1 
2.0 
4.6 


0.7 
1.0 
0.6 
0.5 
1.0 


1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


26.00 
40.00 
21.00 
24.00 
48.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.2 
4.3 
1.8 
2.3 
5.4 


1.4 
2.8 
1.1 
1.5 
3.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 
5 




10 
10 


10 
10 
10 










5 


3.7 
5.5 
1.6 
1.7 
1.8 


0.9 

1.0 

0.35 

0.4 

0.4 


1.39 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


42.00 
40.00 
16.00 
17.00 
19.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 


4.6 
4.3 
1.5 
1.7 
2.0 


3.0 
2.8 
0.9 
1.1 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 
5 




25 
25 
25 


10 
10 
10 



t According to consumers' demand. 

tMin. 500 watts. 

§0.33 cents per kw-hr. for next 200 hours' use, plus 0.16 cents per kw-hr. for all additional. 



360 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

for the Year 1939, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month* 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 


Prompt 


C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 


payment 
discount 



Toronto .C 

Toronto twp 


$ c. 
22.22 

26.88 
66.28 
26.55 

28.16 


cents 
«3 


60 
35 
60 

60 


cents 
ML. '8 

2.9 
5.5 
3.1 

3.6 


cents 
1.0 

1.0 
1.5 
1.7 

1.2 


$ c. 
0.83 

1.11 
1.67 
0.83\ 
|2.22/ 
1.11 


% 
10 

10 


Tottenham 

Trafalgar Twp. Area 1 . 

Trafalgar Twp. Area 2. 


10 
10 

10 


Trenton T 

Tweed 

Uxbridge .t 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton T 


24.60 
45.51 
46.06 
43.08 
32.54 




50 
50 
50 
60 

50 


3.0 
4.2 
3.6 
2.8 
3.6 


1.0 
1.2 
1.2 
1.0 
1.1 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Wallaceburg T 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Waterdown 

Waterford 


30.53 
45.65 
34.66 
26.17 
26.07 




60 
60 
50 
60 
60 


2.6 
5.5 
4.0 
2.5 

2.4 


0.8 
1.5 
1.2 
1.0 
0.9 


0.83 
1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 

10 

10 
10 

10 






"Waterloo t 

Watford 


23.92 
36.81 
35.60 
18.90 
35.25 




60 
60 
55 
60 
50 


2.3 
3.3 

3.0 
2.8 
4.0 


0.9 
1.0 
1.0 
0.9 
1.1 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 

10 


Waubaushene 


10 


Welland c 

Wellesley 


10 
10 






Wellington 


35.13 
34.82 
23.08 
53.01 
38.59 


33-66 


50 
60 
60 
45 
60 


2.5 

2.8 
2.4 
5.0 
3.4 


1.25 

0.8 

0.9 

2.0 

1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.94 
0.83 


10 


West Lome ...... 


10 


Weston t 

Westport 


10 

10 


Wheatley 


10 






Whitby t 

Wiarton t 

Williamsburg 


30.35 
49.94 
29.92 
30.29 
48.96 


f33" 


60 
50 
60 
60 


2.8 
3.2 
2.0 
2.4 
5.0 


1.0 
1.0 
0.8 
1.2 
2.0 


0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
f2.22 


10 
10 
10 


Winchester 


10 


Windermere 


10 






Windsor c 

Wingham t 


24.94 
46.02 
26.79 
24.16 
46.64 




60 
50 
60 
60 
50 


3.3 
3.2 
3.0 
2.2 
3.8 


0.8 
1.1 
1.1 
0.8 
1.0 


0.83 
1.11 
u.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Woodbridge 


10 


Woodstock c 

Woodville 


10 
10 






Wyoming 

York Twp 


42.44 
43 '47 


33-66 


60 
60 
60 


3.3 

2.0 

4.2 


0.9 
1.3 
1.0 


1.11 
0.83 
1.39 


10 
10 


Zurich 


10 



*Where domestic service charge has not been abolished the charge is 33 cents per month per 
service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per 
month when 2,000 watts or more. 

cService charge per 100 sq. ft. 

bPer kw-hr. for first 3 kw-hrs. per 100 sq. ft. 

cFirst 90 hours' use 3 cents per kw-hr. Next 90 hours' use 1 cent per kw-hr. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



361 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

Served by The Hydro -Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 




] 


D ower s 


ervice 




Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1,000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
cha rge 
3er h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
per 
h.p. 
per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 


cents 
c3&l 

2.2 
5.0 

2.8 
2.8 


cents 
1/3 

0.6 
1.0 

0.7 
0.7 


$ C. 

0.83 

1.11 
1.67 

0.83 
1.11 


% 

10 

10 
10 

10 
10 


$ C. 

22.00 
35.00 

28.00 
28.00 


$ C. 

rf/D.C. 
\A.C. 

1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 


cents 

3.0 

2.0 

1.9 
3.5 

2.5 
2.5 


cents 

1.2 

1.0 

1.3 
2.3 

1.6 
1.6 


cents 
0.601 
el/3 
1/6 
0.33 
0.33 

0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 


% 


% 

10 


5 

10 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 
5 


2.6 
3.8 
3.0 
2.2 
2.4 


0.8 
1.0 
0.9 
0.8 
0.9 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
1,11 


10 
10 
10 

10 
10 


18.00 
30.00 
28.00 
30.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
2.8 
2.5 
2.8 
2.5 


1.2 
1.8 
1.6 
1.8 
1.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 
5 


2.0 
5.0 
3.0 
2.0 
1.9 


0.5 
1.0 
1.0 
0.5 
0.6 


0.83 
1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


19.00 
42.00 
32.00 
18.00 
17.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
4.6 
3.1 
1.9 
1.7 


1.4 
3.0 
2.0 
1.2 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




25 
25 


10 
10 


5 
5 


1.9 
2.9 
2.2 
2.0 
3.5 


0.4 
0.9 
1.0 
0.5 
1.0 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 

10 
10 


18.00 
30.00 
33.00 
17.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
2.8 
3.2 
1.7 
2.5 


1.2 
1.8 
2.1 
1.1 
1.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 

10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




25 


10 
10 










5 


2.5 
2.3 
1.6 
5.0 
3.0 


1.0 
0.5 
0.4 
1.0 
0.9 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.94 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


34.00 
25.00 
17.00 
45.00 
30.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.4 
2.0 
1.7 
4.9 

2.8 


2.2 
1.3 
1.1 
3.3 

1.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




25 


10 
10 


5 






10 










5 
5 


2.3 
3.3 
2.0 
2.0 
5.0 


0.6 

0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
2.0 


0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
|2.22 


10 
10 
10 
10 

10 


24.00 
35.00 
32.00 
24.00 
40.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.3 
3.5 
3.1 
2.3 
4.3 


1.5 
2.3 

2.0 
1.5 

2.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 
10 


5 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 










5 
5 


2.4 
2.6 
2.4 
1.8 
2.8 


0.6 
0.8 
0.6 
0.4 
0.8 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


21.00 
28.00 
19.00 
16.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.8 
2.5 
2.0 
1.5 
2.5 


1.1 
1.6 
1.4 
0.9 
1.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 

10 


5 
5 
5 




25 
25 


10 

10 
10 










5 


3.0 
2.0 
3.9 


0.8 

0.75 

0.9 


1.11 
0.83 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 


32.00 
21.00 
40.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 
1.8 
4.3 


2.0 
1.1 

2.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 
5 




10 


10 
10 



dD.C. service charge $1.50 per kw. per month for first 7% kw., plus $1.05 per kw. for all 
additional demand. 

A.C. service charge $1.10 per kw. per month for first 7% kw., plus $0.90 per kw. for all 
additional demand. 

el/3 cent per kw-hr. for next 300 hours' use, plus 1/6 cent per kw-hr. for all additional. 

{Over 10 kilowatt. 

t According to consumers' demand. 



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1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 363 



APPENDIX I 

ACTS 

CHAPTER 35 

An Act to amend The Power Commission Act. 

Assented to April 27th, 1939. 
Session Prorogued April 27th, 1939. 

HIS MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as 
follows: 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 of section 12 of The Power Commission Actf^^u 
is amended by striking out the word ' 'shall' ' in the second line and subs.' i, 
inserting in lieu thereof the word "may", and by striking out an 
clause c, so that the said subsection shall now read as follows: 

(1) An account to be known as the "stabilization fund account" ^ a n b S 
may be opened and maintained on the books of the Com- account, 
mission and the Commission may place to the credit of 
such account, — 

(a) such amounts as the Commission may determine and 
collect for the purposes of this section from its cus- 
tomers; 

(b) interest at such rates as the Commission shall deem 
equitable and just upon balances remaining from time 
time to time to the credit of the account. 

Rev. Stat., 

(2) Subsection 2 of the said section 12 is repealed. subs.' I; 12 ' 

repealed. 

2. The Power Commission Act is amended by adding thereto Rev stat> 
the following section: amended. 

33#. Where works of the Commission have been affixed to ownership 
realty, they shall remain subject to the rights of the Com- retSed. 
mission as fully as they were before being so affixed unless 
otherwise agreed by the Commission in writing. 

3. Section 71 of The Power Commission Act is repealed and the Rev stat., 

-,,...,.,. c. 62, s. 71, 

following substituted therefor : re-enacted. 



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No. 26 



Contracts 
for supply 
of power. 



Defining 



Commission 
acts for 
corporation. 



Alterations 
of boundary. 



Signing of 
contracts. 



Powers 
given to 
Commission. 



Rev. Stat., 
c. 62, s. 76, 
subs. 3, 
amended. 



Supply of 
power. 



71. — (1) Subject to the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor 
in Council, the Commission may contract with the cor- 
poration of a township, or townships, or with the corpora- 
tions of two or more townships, for the supply and dis- 
tribution by the Commission of electrical power in the 
township or townships. 

(2) The Commission may lay out and define areas, called 
"rural power districts," in the township or townships for 
the distribution of electrical power. 

(3) The Commission may, on behalf of the coropration, — 

(a) acquire, construct, extend, reconstruct, hold, main- 
tain, operate and adminster all lands and works 
necessary for the transmission to and the transform- 
ing and distributing in, any such rural power dis- 
trict of electrical power; 

(b) supply electrical power to any customer of the 
corporation or at any premises in any such rural 
power district; 

(c) perform, enjoy and enforce all contracts in which the 
corporation agrees to supply or sell electrical power 
to any customer or at any premises in such rural 
power district. 

(4) The Commission may unite any two or more rural power 
districts in one rural power district and may join into a 
rural power district or may include in a rural power dis- 
trict one or more townships or any part or parts thereof 
whether already part of any rural power district or not and 
may alter the boundaries of any rural power district. 

(5) Contracts in which the municipal corporation agrees to 
supply or sell electrical power shall be sufficiently executed 
on behalf of the corporation if signed by its clerk or by 
such other officer as may be designated by the council of 
the corporation. 

71a. For the purposes of this Part, the Commission may 
exercise any of the powers which the Commission may 
exercise or be authorized to exercise under Part I. 

4. Subsection 3 of section 76 of The Power Commission Act is 
amended by striking out all the words in the first two lines and in- 
serting in lieu thereof the words "In any such area, the Commission 
may," and by inserting after the word "all" in the second line of 
clause a the words "lands and", so that the said subsection shall 
now read as follows: 

(3) In any such area, the Commission may, — 

(a) acquire, construct, extend, reconstruct, hold, main- 
tain, operate and adminster all lands and works 
necessary for the transmission to and the transform- 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 365 

ation and distribution and supply of electrical power 
or energy in any such area; 

(b) distribute and supply electrical power or energy in 
any such area; 

(c) contract with any person, firm or corporation for the 
supply of electrical power or energy in any such area. 

5. Section 77 of The Power Commission Act is amended by adding Rev. stat.. 
at the end thereof the words, ' 'except where the contract is with a amended. ' 
municipal corporation for the supply of power from any of the 
works mentioned in section 47," so that the section shall now read 

as follows: 

77. All the provisions of Part II as to the annual payments to Application 
be made by the corporations which have entered into con- as fo Snimai 
tracts with the Commission shall apply to a contract payments - 
entered into under this Part, and shall extend to the works 
constructed under the contract for transforming, distrib- 
uting and supplying electrical power or energy in a rural 
power district except where the contract is with a municipal 
corporation for the supply of power from any of the works 
mentioned in section 47. 

6. Section 78 of The Power Commission Act is amended by Rev. stat., 

c 62 s 78 

striking out all the words after the word ' 'Commission" in the amended. ' 
third line and inserting in lieu thereof the words, "under this Act," 
so that the section shall now read as follows: 

78. The rates to be charged to customers receiving electrical Ra1 * s to ** 
power or energy from the Commission in a rural power commission 
district shall be fixed by the Commission under this Act. 

7. By-law number 1072 of the corporation of the town of Arn- By-iaws 
prior; By-law number 582 of the corporation of the village f confirmed - 
Beamsville; By-law number 660 of the corporation of the village of 
Millbrook; By-law number 579 of the corporation of the village of 
Newcastle; By-law number 1030 of the corporation of the township 

of Clarke, and all debentures issued or to be issued or purporting 
to be issued under any of the said by-laws are confirmed and 
declared to be legal, valid and binding upon the said corporations 
and the ratepayers thereof respectively, and shall not be open to 
question upon any ground whatsoever notwithstanding the require- 
ments of The Power Commission Act or The Municipal Act or any Rev stat 
amendments thereto or any other general or special Act of this cc. 62, 266 
Legislature. 

8. By-law number 132 for the year 1937 of the corporation of By-gw 
the city of Windsor and the agreement between the said corporation 
and The Windsor Utilities Commission thereby authorized are 
confirmed and declared to be legal, valid and binding upon the said 
corporation and the ratepayers thereof and The Windsor Utilities 
Commission. 

9. This Act may be cited as The Power Commission Amendment short title. 
Act, 1939. 



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No. 26 



CHAPTER 41 

An Act to amend The Rural Hydro-Electric 
Distribution Act. 

Assented to April 27th, 1939. 
Session Prorogued April 27th, 1939. 



Rev. Stat., 
c. 64, s. 1, 
amended. 



Grants in 
aid of dis- 
tribution 
works in 
rural power 
districts. 



Rev. Stat, 
c. 62. 



Rev. Stat . 
c. 64, s. 3, 
amended. 



Grants 
chargeable 
to capital 
account. 



Short title. 



HIS MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as 
follows: 

1. Section 1 of The Rural Hydro- Electric Distribution Act is 
amended by striking out the words "municipality or commission" 
in the fourth and fifth lines and inserting in lieu thereof the words 
"commission or municipal corporation," and by striking out all 
the words after the word "cost" in the seventh line and inserting 
in lieu thereof the words "of acquiring and constructing in the rural 
power district, lands and works, including plant, machinery, in- 
stallations, materials, devices, fittings, apparatus, appliances and 
equipment, for the supply of power to any customer or premises up 
to the point of delivery by such commission or corporation," so 
that the said section shall now read as follows: 

1. Upon the recommendation of The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario and the order of the Lieutenant- 
Governor in Council, the Treasurer of Ontario may pay 
out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to any commission 
or municipal corporation distributing power in a rural 
power district under the provisions of The Power Com- 
mission Act, a sum not exceeding fifty per centum of the 
capital cost of acquiring and constructing in the rural 
power district, lands and works, including plant, machin- 
ery, installations, materials, devices, fittings, apparatus, 
appliances and equipment, for the supply of power to any 
customer or premises up to the point of delivery by such 
commission or corporation. 

2. Section 3 of The Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Act is 
amended by striking out the words "municipal corporations or 
commissions" in the first line and inserting in lieu thereof the 
words "any commission or municipal corporation," so that the 
said section shall now read as follows: 

3. All sums paid to any commission or municipal corporation 
under the authority of section 1 or section 2 shall be 
chargeable in the books of the Treasurer of Ontario as 
expenditure upon capital account. 

3. This Act may be cited as The Rural Hydro-Electric Distribu- 
tion Amendment Act, 1939. 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 367 



SECOND SESSION 1939 

CHAPTER 8 

The Power Control Act, 1939 

Assented to September 22nd, 1939. 
Session Prorogued September 22nd, 1939. 

HIS MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as 
follows: 

1. In this Act, Interpre- 

tation. 

(a) ' 'Commission" shall mean The Hydro-Electric Power "Com- 
Commission of Ontario. 

(b) "land" shall mean real property of whatsoever nature or"iand" ; 
kind, and shall include tenements, hereditaments and 
appurtenances, any estate, term, easement, right or in- 
terest in, to, over, under or affecting land, and water 
rights, water powers and water privileges; 

(c) "owner" shall include mortgagee, lessee, tenant, occupant, "owner"; 
or any person entitled to any estate or interest in land or 
works, and a guardian, committee, executor, administrator 

or trustee in whom land or works or any property or in- 
terest therein is vested ; 

(d) "power" shall include hydraulic, electrical, steam or other "power-; 
power and shall also include energy; 

(e) "regulations" shall mean regulations made under this "regulations' 
Act; 

(/) "supply" shall include delivery, dealing in, and sale; and "supply"; 

(g) "works" shall include all property, plant, machinery, in- "works*, 
stallations, materials, devices, fittings, apparatus, appli- 
ances and equipment constructed, acquired or used in the 
generation, transformation, transmission, distribution, 
supply or use of power. 



368 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION No. 26 

cSmmlsrion. 2 - Tne Commission shall have authority to regulate and control 
the generation, transformation, transmission, distribution, supply 
and use of power in Ontario, and, without limiting the generality 
of the foregoing, the Commission may, — 

(a) restrict or prohibit the supply or use of any power or the 
supply or use of power to or by any person and divert or 
apportion power or give priority or preference to any user 
of power in order to effect, what is in the opinion of the 
Commission, the most economical, efficient and equitable 
use and distribution of power; 

(b) direct any owner to generate or supply power at any 
specified rate not exceeding the full capacity of his works; 

(c) hear and decide any dispute between any owner and any 
user of power concerning any matter over which the Com- 
mission has jurisdiction under this Act and make such 
direction as it deems proper in accordance with its decision; 

(d) decide and direct to whom, at what prices and under what 
conditions power may be supplied; and 

(e) do such acts and give such directions as may be necessary 
for the carrying out or enforcement of the provisions of 
this Act and the regulations. 

Regulations. 3. Subject to the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council, the Commission may make regulations, — 

(a) requiring any owner to furnish to the Commission in- 
formation regarding, — 

(i) his land and works including the capacity, output, 
cost and use thereof; 

(ii) his assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses and opera- 
tions; and 

(iii) the supply of power by him to other persons includ- 
ing particulars of quantities, prices, terms, condi- 
tions, points of delivery and use; 

(b) requiring any person to furnish to the Commission in- 
formation regarding the supply of power to him, including 
particulars of quantities, prices, terms, conditions, points 
of delivery and use, and by whom supplied; 

(c) prescribing the manner of deciding and determining 
preferences and priorities in the supply and use of power 
and providing for the apportioning of power among 
different users or classes of users and the diversion of 
power from one or more users or classes of users to other 
users or classes thereof; 



1940 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 369 

(d) restricting or prohibiting the supply or use of power for 
any particular purpose; 

(e) providing for the setting of prices at which and for the 
fixing of terms and conditions under which power may be 
supplied in Ontario, either generally or for one or more 
users or classes of users; 

(/) providing for the entry upon and inspection of land and 
works including the making of inventories and valuations 
thereof, the examination of books, accounts, records and 
documents relating thereto and generally the obtaining of 
information in connection therewith; and 

(g) generally for the carrying out of the provisions of this 
Act. 

4. When any owner or other person is unable to supply power £™g?£™ 
under any contract or obligation because of compliance with this to su PP i y . 
Act or the regulations or any direction of the Commission made 
thereunder, such owner or other person shall be relieved from all 
liability for his failure to supply power on account of such inability. 

5. — (1) Where the Commission is satisfied that any owner is not ^^^3 
using his land and works, or either of them, to full capacity or best work". ai 
advantage for the generation or supply of power or is neglecting 
or refusing to comply with any direction of the Commission or the 
provisions of this Act or the regulations, the Commission may pur- 
chase or acquire and may, without the consent of the owner, enter 
upon, take and expropriate any of his lands or works which it may 
deem necessary for the generation, transformation, transmission, 
distribution or supply of power. 

(2) Where lands or works are purchased, acquired, entered upon, Title 
taken or expropriated under this section the Commission, in its acquired - 
discretion, may acquire absolute title or a limited estate, right or 
interest therein either on a rental basis or otherwise as it deems 
desirable in the circumstances provided that whether or not it 
acquires absolute title to any such land or works, the Commission 
may use such land and works in such manner as it deems proper 

and may divert water therefrom, close, repair, rehabilitate, extend, 
improve or reconstruct such works and may construct other works 
in lieu thereof or in addition thereto. 

(3) The provisions of The Power Commission Act and The Public Manner of 
Works Act as to the purchase, acquisition, entry upon, taking and ex P r °P r,atlon - 
expropriation of land and the fixing, payment, and application of S^fsi" 
compensation therefor shall apply mutatis mutandis to the purchase, 
acquisition, entry upon, taking and expropriation of land and works 

under this Act, provided that where any of the provisions of The 
Power Commission Act conflict with any of the provisions of The 
Public Works Act, the former shall prevail. 



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No. 26 



Penalties. 



6. — (1) Every owner or other person who violates any of the 
provisions of this Act or the regulations or who neglects or refuses 
to comply with any direction of the Commission shall be liable for 
a first offence, to a penalty not exceeding $5,000, for a second 
offence, to a penalty not exceeding $10,000 and for a subsequent 
offence, to a penalty not exceeding $25,000, and where such owner 
or other person is a corporation, the president, directors and the 
manager or other person in charge shall each be personally liable 
to a similar penalty. 



Recovery o 

penalties. 
Rev. Stat., 
c. 136. 



(2) The penalties imposed by this section may be recovered 
under the provisions of The Summary Convictions Act and shall be 
payable to the Commission. 



Other 
powers of 
Commission. 



Rev. Stat., 
c. 62. 



7. — (1) In exercising or performing any power or duty conferred 
or imposed upon it by this Act or the regulations the Commission 
shall have and may exercise any authority, right, power, privilege 
or immunity which it possesses under The Power Commission Act 
or any other Act or under any other authority. 



idem. (2) The powers conferred by this Act shall be deemed to be in 

addition to and not in derogation of any power conferred upon the 
Commission by any other Act, but where the provisions of any 
other Act conflict with the provisions of this Act the latter shall 
prevail. 



Commence- 
ment of Act. 



8. This Act shall come into force on the day upon which it 
receives the Royal Assent. 



Short title. 



9. This Act may be cited as The Power Control Act, 1939. 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



371 



INDEX 



Al)itibi Canyon Gen. Sta. — Power 

Generated 6 

Abitibi District 

Operation of 30 

Diagram of Peak Loads 31 

Loads in Municipalities 33 

Municipal Work 

d Survey 66 

Transformer and Distributing Station? B 

Transmission Lines So 

Abitibi Power & Paper Co. — Power Pur- 
chased 7 

Accounts. Explanatory Statement re- 
specting 103 

Accounts Receivable 120 

d — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

rdit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

"Municipal Accounts: 

a. Balance Sheet 

b. Detailed Operating Report 2o6 

atements: 

C. Street Lighting Installation 306 

D. Consumers. Consumption. Bills, etc. .336 

E. Cost of Power and Rates : 

Acton Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line. Consumers and Rates 

Consult Appendix I 363 

Advertising 60 

ourt — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

rdit or Charge Account 140 

.:ing Fund 14S 

Municipal Account- a. 206: b. 256 

Statements c. 306: D. 336: E 

Agreements Approved 1 

Ailsa Craig — Load in Horsepower 13 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

<ing Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a. 206: b. 256 

Statements c. 306: D. 336: E. 34S 

Ailsa Craig Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line. Consumers and Rates . o2 
inder Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. . 6 

indria — Lead in Horsepower 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a. 245: B. 29o 

.ements c. 306: d. 336: E 

Alexandria Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 25 

Miles of Lines. Consumers and Rates . o7 



Alliston — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a. 235: b. 285 

Statements c. 306; d, 336: e. 34S 

Alliston Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line. Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Aluminum Company of Canada. Limited. 
Agreement Approved 1 

Alvinston — Load in Horsepower 13 

St of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 

Municipal Accounts a. 206: b. 256 

Statements c. 306: d. 336: e. 348 

Alvinston Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line. Consumers and Rates . . 52 

Amherstburg — Load in Horsepower 13 

C St oi Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 14S 

Municipal Accounts a. 206: B. 256 

Statements c. 306: d. 332: e. 34S 

Amherstburg Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line. Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Ancaster Township) — Load in Horsepower 13 

v ft oi Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 14S 

Municipal Accounts a. 207: b. 257 

Statements c. 306: d. 336: E. 348 

Anglesea. Kaladar and Effingham Town- 
ship. Agreement Approved 1 

Annual Report. Guide to xxx 

Apple Hill — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund .....170 

Municipal Accounts a. 24o: b. 29d 

Statements c. 306: d. 336: E. 348 

Approvals Laboratory 98 

Arkona — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a. 207. b. 257 

Statements c. 306: D. 336; E. 348 

.Armour Township. Agreement Approved. 1 

Arnprior. Agreement Approved 1 

Load in Horsepower 24 

Mimicipal Work 37 

Cost of Power 162 

edit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a. 24d; b. 29o 

Statements c. 306; D. 332: e. 34S 



*The Statements "A". *B". "C". *D" and "E". appertaining to the local municipal electric 

utilities — and given in Section X of the Report — are detailed individually for Acton, but in the 

case of other municipalities are grouped under the sub-heading of "Municipal Accounts" with 

noe to Statements A" and "B" and under the sub-heading '"Statements" with reference 

o Statemer> C D" and 'E*. 



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No. 26 



Arnprior Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 57 

Arthur— Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 235; b, 285 

Statements C, 306; D, 336; e, 348 

Arthur Rural Power District— Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Assets Fixed 

Re Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 114 
Re Northern Ontario Properties 182 

Assiginack Township , Agreement Approved 1 

Athens— Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 245; B, 295 

Statements c, 306; D, 336; E, 348 

Auburn Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. ... 6 

Auditing of Accounts'. 107 

Aurora — Load in Horsepower 13 

Aylmer — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 207; b, 257 

Statements c, 306; D, 332; E, 348 

Aylmer Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Ayr — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 207; b, 257 

Statements c, 306; D, 336; E, 348 

Ayr Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

B 

Baden — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 207; b, 257 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; E, 348 

Baden Rural Power District— Load in 

Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 
Bagot and Blythfield Township, Agree- 
ment Approved 1 

Bala — Load in Horsepower 20 

Bala No. 1 and 2 Gen. Sta.— Power Gen- 
erated 6 

Balance Sheet 

Re Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 110 

Re Northern Ontario Properties 178 

Re Hamilton Street Railway 186 



Bala Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Barrie — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 235; B, 285 

Statements c, 307; d, 332; E, 348 

Barrie Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Barrie Township, Agreement Approved . . 1 

Bath — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 245; B, 295 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; e, 348 

Baysville Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Beach, M. F., Estate — Power Purchased. 7 

Beachville — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 207; B, 257 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; e, 348 

Beamsville — Load in Horsepower 13 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 207; B, 257 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; E, 348 

Beamsville Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Beardmore — Load in Horsepower 28 

Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power 

Company — Power Purchased 7 

Additional Power Taken 34 

Beaumaris Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Beaverton — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 235; b, 285 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; e, 348 

Beaverton Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Beaver Wood Fibre Company Limited, 
The, Agreement Approved 1 

Beeton — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 235; b, 285 

Statements c, 307; D, 336; E, 348 

Beeton Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



373 



Belle River — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 208; B, 258 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; E, 348 

Belle River Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Belleville — Load in Horsepower 24 

Municipal Work 37 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 245; b, 295 

Statements c, 307; d, 332; E, 348 

Belleville Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 57 

Big Chute Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. . 6 

Bingham Chute Gen. Sta. — Power Gen- 
erated 6 

Blenheim — Load in Horsepower 13 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 208; b, 258 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; E, 348 

Blenheim Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 16 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Bloomfield — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a, 245; b, 295 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; E, 348 

Blyth — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 208; B, 258 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; E, 348 

Bolton — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 208; b, 258 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; e, 348 

Bond Lake Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Bothwell — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 208; B, 258 

Statements c, 307; d, 336; E, 348 

Bothwell Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Bowmanville — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a, 246; B, 296 

Statements c, 308; d, 332; e, 348 



Bowmanville Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates . . 57 

Bradford — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 235; b, 285 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; e, 348 

Bradford Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Braeside — Load in Horsepower 24 

Brampton — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 209; B, 259 

Statements c, 308; d, 332; E, 348 

Brampton Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Brant District — Transformer and Distrib- 
uting Stations 75 

Low-voltage Lines 83 

Brantford — Load in Horsepower 13 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 209; b, 259 

Statements c, 308; d, 332; e, 348 

Brantford Township — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 209; b, 259 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; e, 348 

Brant Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Brechin — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Rural Lines 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 235; b, 285 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; e, 348 

Bridgeport — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 209; b, 259 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; e, 348 

Brigden — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 209; b, 259 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; E, 348 

Brigden Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 



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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



Brighton — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 246; b, 296 

Statements c. 308; d, 336; E, 348 

Brighton Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates . . 57 

Brockville — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 246; b, 296 

Statements c, 308; D, 332; E, 348 

Brockville Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 57 

Bronte — Load in Horsepower 13 

Bruce Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Brussels — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power ' 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 209; b, 259 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; e, 348 

Buckskin Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Burford— Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 209; b, 259 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; e, 350 

Burford Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Burgessville — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 210; B, 260 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; E, 350 

Burlington — Load in Horsepower 13 

Burlington Beach — Load in Horsepower. . 13 



Calabogie Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. . 6 

Calabogie Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 57 

Caledonia — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund '. 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 210; b, 260 

Statements c, 308; D, 336; e, 350 

Caledonia Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Callander — Load in Horsepower 33 



Cameron Falls Gen. Sta. — Power Gener- 
ated 6 

Campbellford Water & Light Commission 
— Power Purchased 7 

Campbellford Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates . . 57 

Campbellville — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 210; B, 260 

Statements c, 308; D, 336; E, 350 

Canadian Associated Aircraft, Limited, 
Agreement Approved 1 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 
Agreement Approved 2 

Canadian Electrical Code, The 100 

Canadian Niagara Power Company — 

Power Purchased 7 

Output 10 

Cannington — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 236; b, 286 

Statements c, 308; d, 336; e, 350 

Cannington Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Capital Additions during Year xi 

Capital Expenditure, Reduced x 

Capital Expenditures in Rural Power 
Districts 119 

Capital Investments xi 

Capital Investment — Twenty-five Years' 
Record xxvii 

Capreol — Load in Horsepower 33 

Municipal Accounts A, 255; B, 305 

Statements c, 309; D, 336 

Cardinal — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a, 246; b, 296 

Statements c, 309; d, 336; E, 350 

Carleton Place Gen. Sta. — Power Gener- 
ated 6 

Carleton Place — Load in Horsepower .... 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 246; B, 296 

Statements c, 309; D, 332; E, 350 

Carleton Place Rural Power District — 

Load in Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 57 

Carlsruhe — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cayuga — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 210; b, 260 

Statements c, 309; d, 336; E, 350 

Central Ontario District — Transformer 

and Distributing Stations 77 

High-voltage Lines 84 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



375 



Chatham — Load in Horsepower 13 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 210: B, 260 

Statements c, 309; d, 332; e, 350 

Chatham Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Chats Falls Frequency-changer set 12 

Chats Falls Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. 6 
Operation of 11 

Chatsworth — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 236; b, 286 

Statements c, 309; D, 336; e, 350 

Chatsworth Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Chesley — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 236; b, 286 

Statements c, 309; d, 338; e, 350 

Chesterville — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 247; B, 297 

Statements c, 309; D, 338; E, 350 

Chesterville Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 25 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates . . 57 

Chippawa — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 211; b, 261 

Statements c, 309; d, 338; E, 350 

Chippawa Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Chisholm Township, Agreement Approved 2 

Clifford — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 211; B, 261 

Statements c, 309; d, 338; E, 350 

Clinton — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 211; b, 261 

Statements c, 309; D, 338; E, 350 

Clinton Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 52 

Cobden — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 247; B, 297 

Statements c, 309; D, 338; E, 350 



Cobourg — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 247; B, 297 

Statements c, 309; D, 332: E, 350 

Cobourg Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates . . 57 

Colborne — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 247; B, 297 

Statements c, 309; d, 338; E, 350 

Colborne Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 57 

Cold water — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 236; B, 286 

Statements c, 309; d, 338; e, 350 

Collingwood — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 236; B, 286 

Statements c, 309; d, 332; e, 350 

Comber — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 211; B, 261 

Statements c, 309; D, 338; e, 350 

Commercial Service, Sales Promotion 
Work 63 

Concrete, Inspection of 92 

Coniston Gen. Sta. — Power Generated ... 6 

Conmee Township, Agreement Approved . 1 

Connaught Rural Power District — Miles 
of Line, Consumers and Rates 58 

Consumers, Number of, Consult State- 
ments "B" and "D" 256, 328 

Consumption, Energy, Consult Statement 

"D" 328 

Cookstown — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 237- B, 287 

Statements c, 309; d, 338; e, 350 

Cookstown Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line. Consumers and Rates. . . 55 
Co-operative Systems Operating, De- 
scribed xxviii 

Financial Features of xxv 

Electrical Engineering and Constr 70 

Financial Operations Explained 103 

Cornwall Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 57 



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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



Cottam — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 211; B, 261 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; E, 350 

Courtright — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 211; b, 261 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; E, 350 

Creemore — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 237; B, 287 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; e, 350 

Creemore Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 21 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Crystal Falls Gen. Sta. — Power Generated 6 

Crystal Falls Rural Power District — 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. 58 



Dalton Township, Agreement Approved. 1 

Dashwood — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 211; b, 261 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; E. 350 

Debentures (See under Funded Debt) ... 122 

DeCew Falls Gen. Sta.— Power Generated 6 
Operation of 12 

Delaware — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 212; b, 262 

Statements c, 310; D, 338; e, 350 

Delaware Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Delhi — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 212; b, 262 

Statements c, 310; d, 332; e, 350 

Deseronto — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a, 247; B, 297 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; e, 350 

Distribution Lines and Systems in Rural 
Power Districts 89 

Domestic Hot-water ' Heater — Investiga- 
tion of Corrosion In 94 

Domestic Service, Sales Promotion Work . 62 
Statistics re— Consult Statement "D".328 
Rates for, Consult Statement "E" 346 

Dominion Power Division — Low-voltage 
Lines 84 



Dorchester — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 212; b, 262 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; e, 350 

Dorchester Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Douro Gen, Sta. — Power Generated 6 

Drayton — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 130 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 212; b, 262 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; e, 350 

Dresden — Load in Horsepower 13 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 212; B, 262 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; e, 350 

Dresden Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Drumbo — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 213; b, 263 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; E, 350 

Drumbo Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Dublin — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 213; B, 263 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; e, 350 

Dundalk — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 237; B, 287 

Statements c, 310; D, 338; e, 350 

Dundalk Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Dundas — Load in Horsepower 13 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 213; B, 263 

Statements c, 310; d, 332; e, 350 

Dundas District — Low-voltage Lines .... 83 

Dundas Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Dunnville — Load in Horsepower 13 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 140 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 213; B, 263 

Statements c, 310; d, 332; e, 350 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



377 






Dunnville Rural Power District— Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Durham — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 237; B, 287 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; e, 350 

Dutton — Load in Horsepower 13 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 213; B, 263 

Statements c, 310; d, 338; e, 350 

Dutton Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 



E 



Ear Falls Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. . . 6 

Ear Falls Development, Extension to 66 

Eastern Ontario System — Comparative 
Financial Statements, Two Years . . . xiv 
Summary Statements Respecting Util- 
ities xvii 

Generating Plants — Power Generated . . 6 

Operation of 22 

Peak Loads Diagram 23 

Maintenance of 23 

Loads of Municipalities 24 

Rural Power District Loads 25 

Municipal Work 37 

Engineering Assistance to Municipalities 37 

Rural Line Extensions 50 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 57 

Hydraulic Construction 65 

Electrical Engineering and Construction 77 

High-voltage Lines 84 

Transmission Lines, Mileage of 88 

Rural Line Construction 89 

Rural Power Districts, Summary of 

Construction in 89 

Statement of Operations 112 

Fixed Assets 116 

Power Accounts Receivable 120 

Renewals Reserves 125 

Contingencies and Obsolescence Re- 
serves 125 

Stabilization of Rates Reserves 127 

Sinking Fund Reserves 127 

Cost of Power Table 162 

Credit or Charge Table 166 

Sinking Fund Equities 170 

Rural Operating Report 171 

Eastnor Township, Agreement Approved . 1 

East York Township — Load in Horse- 
power 16 

Cost of Power 138 

Credit or Charge Account 146 

Sinking Fund 149 

Municipal Accounts A, 213; b, 263 

Statements c, 310; D, 338; E, 350 



Electrical Appliances in Rural Power 

Districts 42 

In use in Homes of Urban and Rural 
Consumers 43 

Electrical Engineering and Construction. 70 

Electrical Equipment, Inspection of 91 

Electrical Inspection Department 99 

Electric Welding 94 

Electrocutions and Fatal Accidents 99 

Electronics, Applications of 94 

Elizabethtown Township, Agreement Ap- 
proved 1 

Elliot Chute Gen. Sta. — Power Generated 6 

Elmira — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 213; b, 263 

Statements c, 311; d, 332; e, 350 

Elmira Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Elmvale — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 237; B, 287 

Statements c, 311; D, 338; e, 350 

Elmvale Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Elmwood — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 237; B, 287 

Statements c, 311; D, 338; E, 350 

Elora — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 214; b, 263 

Statements c, 311; d, 338; E, 350 

Elora Rural Power District— Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Embro — Load in Horsepower 14 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 214; B, 264 

Statements c, 311; D, 338; e, 350 

Equipment, New Miscellaneous 97 

Erieau — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 214; b, 264 

Statements c, 311; D, 338; e, 352 

Erie Beach — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 214; B, 264 

Statements d, 338; e, 352 



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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



Essex — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 214; B, 264 

Statements c, 311; d, 338; e, 352 

Essex District — Low-voltage Lines 83 

Essex Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Etobicoke Township — Load in Horse- 
power 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 215; b, 265 

Statements c, 311; d, 338; e, 352 

Eugenia District — Transformer and Dis- 
tributing Stations 76 

Eugenia Falls Gen. Sta. — Power Gener- 
ated 6 

Exeter — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund « 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 215; b, 265 

Statements c, 311; D, 338; E, 352 

Exeter Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 



Farm Service Statistics 



46 



Fauquier Township, Agreement Approved 2 
Fenelon Falls Gen. Sta. — Power Gener- 
ated 6 

Fenelon Falls Light, Heat & Power Com- 
mission — Power Purchased 7 

Fenelon Falls Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 57 
Fenelon Township, Agreement Approved . 1 

Fergus — Load in Horsepower 14 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 215; b, 265 

Statements c, 311; d, 332; e, 352 

Financial Features of Undertaking xxv 

Financial Operating Results for 1939 xii 

Financial Statements, Two Years, Com- 
parative xiv 

Financial Statements of Commission 103 

Finch — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a, 247; B, 297 

Statements c, 311; D, 338; e, 352 

Fires Attributed to Electricity 99 

Flesherton — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Rural Lines 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 237; b, 287 

Statements c, 311; D, 338: E, 352 



Flesherton Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Flos Township, Agreement Approved 1 

Fonthill — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 215; B, 265 

Statements c, 311; D, 338; E, 352 

Forest — Load in Horsepower 14 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 215; b, 265 

Statements c, 311; D, 338; e, 352 

Forest Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Forest Hill — Load in Horsepower 14 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 215; B, 265 

Statements c, 311; d, 334; e, 352 

Forestry Division 8 

Foreword xxv 

Fort William — Load in Horespower 28 

Cost of Power 172 

Credit or Charge Account 172 

Sinking Fund 174 

Municipal Accounts A, 254; B, 304 

Statements c, 312; d, 332; E, 352 

Fort William Rural Power District — 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 58 
Frank ford Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. . 6 

Frankford — Load in Horsepower 24 

Funded Debt — Twenty-five Years' Rec- 
ord xxix 

Funded Debt 122 



Galetta Gen. Sta. — Power Generated .... 6 

Gait — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 215; b, 265 

Statements c, 312; d, 332; e. 352 

Gait Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Gamebridge — Cost of Power and Rates 
for Service 352 

Gananoque Light, Heat & Power Co. — 
Power Purchased 7 

Gatineau Power Company — Power Pur- 
chased 7 

Additional Power Taken 34 

Generating Equipment, Additions to ... . viii 

Georgetown — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 216; B, 266 

Statements c, 312; d, 334; E, 352 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



379 



Georgetown Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Georgian Bay System — Comparative 
Financial Statements, Two Years . . . . xv 
Summary Statement Respecting Util- 
ities xvii 

Generating Plants — Power Generated. . 6 

Operation of 18 

Diagram of Peak Loads 19 

Maintenance of 19 

Loads of Municipalities 20 

Rural Power District Loads 21 

Municipal Work 37 

Rural Line Extensions 50 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Hydraulic Construction 65 

Electrical Engineering and Construction 76 

Transmission Lines 84 

Transmission Lines, Mileage of 88 

Rural Line Construction 89 

Rural Power Districts, Summary of 

Construction in 89 

Statement of Operations 112 

Fixed Assets 115 

Power Accounts Receivable 120 

Renewals Reserves 124 

Contingencies and Obsolescence Re- 
serves 124 

Sinking Fund Reserves 126 

Stabilization of Rates Reserves 127 

Cost of Power Table 152 

Credit or Charge Table 156 

Sinking Fund Equities 160 

Rural Operating Report 161 

Rural Lines 161 

Geraldton — Load in Horsepower .... 






... 28 
Gillies Township, Agreement Approved . . 1 

Glencoe — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 216; B, 266 

Statements c, 312; d, 338; e, 352 

Glen Williams — Cost of Power and Rates 

for Service 352 

Goderich — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 216; b, 266 

Statements c, 312; d, 334; E, 352 

Goderich Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of 
Canada, Limited, The, Agreement 

Approved 2 

Grain Grinder, Investigation of New Type 94 

Grand Valley — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 238; B, 288 

Statements c, 312; d, 338; E, 352 

Grantham Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 



Granton— Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 216; B, 266 

Statements c, 312; d, 340; E, 352 

Gravenhurst — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts A, 238; B, 288 

Statements c, 312; d, 334; e, 352 

Gravenhurst Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Great Lakes Paper Company, Limited, 
The, Agreement Approved 2 

Grimsby — Load in Horsepower 14 

Ground Tests 100 

Guelph — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 216; b, 266 

Statements c, 312; d, 332; E, 352 

Guelph Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

H 

Hagersville — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 217; b, 267 

Statements c, 312; d, 340; e, 352 

Hague's Reach Gen. Sta. — Power Gener- 
ated 6 

Haldimand Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Hamilton — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 217; b, 267 

Statements c, 313; D, 332; E, 352 

Hamilton and Dundas District — Trans- 
former and Distributing Stations 72 

Hamilton Steam Station, Operation of . . . 12 

Hamilton Street Railway Company, The 

Balance Sheet 186 

Operating Statement 188 

Hanna Chute G en . Sta . — Power Generated 6 

Hanover — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 238; b, 288 

Statements c, 313; d, 334; E, 352 

Hanover Gen. Sta. — Power Generated ... 6 

Harriston — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 217; b, 267 

Statements c; 313; d, 340; E, 352 



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THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



Harriston Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Harrow — Load in Horsepower 14 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 217; b, 267 

Statements c, 313; D, 340; E, 352 

Harrow Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Hastings — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 247; B, 297 

Statements c, 313; D, 340; e, 352 

Havelock — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 247; B, 297 

Statements . .c, 313; D, 340; E, 352 

Hawkestone Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 55 

Heely Falls Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. 6 

Hensall — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 217; b, 267 

Statements c, 313; d, 340; e, 352 

Hepworth — Load in Horsepower 20 

Hespeler — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 217; B, 267 

Statements C, 313; D, 334; E, 352 

High Falls Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. . 6 

Highgate — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 217; B, 267 

Statements c, 313; d, 340; e, 352 

Hislop Townsite — Load in Horsepower. . . 33 

Hoi stein — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 238; b, 288 

Statements c, 314; D, 340; E, 352 

Holstein Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 56 

Howard Smith Paper Mills, Limited, 
Agreement Approved 2 

Hudson Townsite — Load in Horsepower. 33 

Humberstone — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 218; b, 268 

Statements c, 314; d, 334; E, 352 



Huntsville — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 238; B, 288 

Statements c, 314; d, 334; e, 352 

Huntsville Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 56 

Huronian Co. — Power Purchased 7 

Hydraulic Engineering and Construction . 64 

Hydraulic Investigations 69 

Hydro-Electric Generating Plants 6 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, The 

Financial Operations Explained 103 

Balance Sheet 110 

Cost Distributions 112 

Fixed Assets 114 

Power Accounts Receivable 120 

Funded Debt 122 

Renewals Reserves 124 

Contingencies and Obsolescence Re- 
serves 124 

Stabilization of Rates Reserves 126 

Sinking Fund Reserves 126 

Account with Provincial Treasurer .... 128 

I 

Industrial Service , Sales Promotion Work 63 

Ingersoll — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 218; b, 268 

Statements c, 314; d, 334; e, 352 

Ingersoll Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Innisfil Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 56 

Inspection 90 

Insulation, Electrical 94 

Iroquois Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates... 57 



Jarvis — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 218; b, 268 

Statements C, 314; d, 340; E, 352 

Jordan Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . 53 



Kaministiquia Power Co. — Power Pur- 
chased 7 

Kapuskasing Rural Power District — Miles 
of Line, Consumers and Rates 58 

Kearns Townsite — Load in Horsepower . . 33 



1940 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



381 



Kemptville — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a, 248; b, 298 

Statements c, 314; d, 340; E, 352 

Kemptville Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates.. . 57 

Kent District — Transformer and Dis- 
tributing Stations 76 

Keswick Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Kincardine — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 239; b, 289 

Statements c, 314; d, 334; e, 352 

King Kirkland Townsite — Load in Horse- 
power 33 

Kingston — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 248; B, 298 

Statements c, 314; D, 332; e, 352 

Kingston Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 57 

Kingsville — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 132 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 218; B, 268 

Statements c, 314; d, 334; E, 352 

Kingsville Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Kirkfield — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 239; B, 289 

Statements c, 314; d, 340; e, 352 

Kirkfield Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 56 

Kitchener — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 218; B, 268 

Statements c, 314; d, 332; e, 352 

Kitchener District — Transformer and Dis- 
tributing Stations 74 

Low-voltage Lines 83 



Laboratories, Testing and Research 90 

Lakefield — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts a, 248; b, 298 

Statements c, 314; d, 340; e, 352 



Lakefield Gen. Sta. — Power Generated. . 6 

Lakefield Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates.. . 57 

Lambeth — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 219; B, 269 

Statements c, 314; d, 340; E, 352 

Lamps and Lighting Equipment, In- 
spection of 92 

Lanark — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 248; B, 298 

Statements c, 314; d, 340; E, 354 

Lancaster — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 248; b, 298 

Statements c, 314; D, 340; E, 354 

La Salle — Load in Horsepower 14 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 219; B, 269 

Statements c, 315; d, 340; E, 354 

Leamington — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 219; b, 269 

Statements c, 315; D, 334; E, 354 

Leaside — Cost of Power and Rates for 
Service 354 

Legal Proceedings 1 

Line-clearing Operations 9 

Lindsay — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 249; B, 299 

Statements c, 315; D, 334; e, 354 

Lion's Head, Agreement Approved 1 

Listowel — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts a, 219; b, 269 

Statements C, 315; d, 334; E, 354 

Listowel Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Load Conditions, Summary of vi 

General 5 

London — Load in Horsepower 14 

Municipal Work 35 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts. a, 219; b, 269 

Statements c, 315; d, 332; e, 354 



382 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



London District — Transformer and Dis- 
tributing Stations 74 

Low-voltage Lines 83 

London Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line. Consumers and Rates. . . 53 
London Township — Load in Horsepower. 14 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 219; B, 269 

Statements c, 315; d, 340; E, 354 

Long Branch — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 219; b, 269 

Statements c, 315; d, 334; e, 354 

Long Lac Diversion Completed 68 

Lucan — Load in Horsepower 14 

Municipal Work 36 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 220; B, 270 

Statements c, 315; d, 340; E, 354 

Lucan Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 

Lucknow — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 239; B, 289 

Statements C, 315; d, 340; E, 354 

Lucknow Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 22 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 56 

Lynden — Load in Horsepower 14 

Cost of Power 134 

Credit or Charge Account 142 

Sinking Fund 148 

Municipal Accounts A, 220; b, 270 

Statements c, 315; d, 340; e, 354 

Lynden Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 17 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 53 



M 

Maclaren-Quebec Power Co. — Power Pur- 
chased 7 

Additional Power Taken 34 

MacTier — Load in Horsepower 20 

Madawaska District — High-voltage Lines 84 

Madoc — Load in Horsepower 24 

Cost of Power 162 

Credit or Charge Account 166 

Sinking Fund 170 

Municipal Accounts A, 249; b, 299 

Statements ,c, 315; D, 340; E, 354 

Madoc Rural Power District — Load in 

Horsepower 26 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 57 

Manitoulin District, Operation of 28 

Rural Power District Load 30 

Manitoulin Pulp Co. — Power Purchased. 7 



Manitoulin Rural Power District — Load 

in Horsepower 30 

Miles of Line, Consumers and Rates. . . 58 

Summary of Construction in 89 

Rural Line Construction 89 

Operating Account 174 

Credit or Charge Account 174 

Sinking Fund 175 

Markdale — Load in Horsepower 20 

Cost of Power 152 

Credit or Charge Account 156 

Sinking Fund 160 

Municipal Accounts a, 239; b, 289 

Statements c, 315; d, 340; e,